Let’s be a little dramatic for a second and say that once upon a time, in a land filled with rectangular baths and plain old showers, there emerged a hero. Its name? The L shaped bath with its sleek lines and multi-functional design, soon became the talk of the town for bringing tranquility to bathrooms and folks alike.
Pros: The Superpowers of the L-Shaped Shower Bath
Let’s just into it and kick off with why this hero is so beloved. Here we go, to begin with, the L-shaped shower bath is quite the space saver. Ever stood in your bathroom, looked around and thought, “I wish I had more room for stuff I need to get done?” There you go, the solution is the L-shaped shower bath as it combines the leisurely soak of a bath with the quick convenience of a shower, all in one corner of your bathroom.
The next pro over its competitors is that it’s ideal for those busy mornings when you’re running late because your alarm decided to take the day off. Just jump in, get clean, and be out faster than Superman can say “Up, up and away!” Even after a long day of fighting off the evils of work and adulting, the L-shaped shower bath transforms into a relaxing oasis where you can soak away the stress that’s been accumulating.
Cons: The Kryptonite of the L-Shaped Shower Bath
Sadly, like all others, it’s guilty of shortcomings and for one, installation can be a bit of a doozy. You might need a team of Avengers (or plumbers) to fit it into your bathroom. The advice is that if you’re considering getting one, make sure you factor in the cost of installation.
The other potential downside is that the L-shaped shower bath, despite its space-saving design, might still be too bulky for smaller bathrooms becuase if you find yourself in the situation where your bathroom is more ‘broom cupboard’ than ‘luxurious spa’, you might struggle to accommodate our hero.
Styles: The L-Shaped Shower Bath’s Costume Options
Now, we can move onto style and let us assure you that the L-shaped shower bath is not a one-trick pony for it comes in a variety of styles to suit your bathroom decor.
Ranging from the modern minimalist, the classic white L-shaped shower bath will fit right in as it’s clean, simple, and effortlessly stylish. A bit like the little black dress of the bathroom world, just simply refusing to go out of style.
For those who have the means and want a touch of luxury, the good thing is that they’re L-shaped shower baths with jet systems. The goosebumps you will get while being massaged by a thousand tiny bubbles while you soak is a feeling like no other.
So there you go, folks. The advantages, disadvantages and different designs of the L shaped shower bath. While it may not possess the ability to jump over skyscrapers in one leap it certainly has the potential to bring a sense of elegance and practicality to your bathroom.. When you think about it isn’t that what truly defines a hero?