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Roll Top Baths

Add a timelessly stylish centrepiece to your bathroom with a beautiful roll top bath from Plumbworld! A roll tap bath really is the ultimate pedigree when it comes to bathing, exuding elegance and class like nothing else you will find for your bathroom.

Find a stunning roll top bath today!

With our selection of roll top baths you are sure to find the perfect option for your home. Brought to you from bathroom design experts, Park Lane, you can find stunning roll top baths with an immaculate crisp white finish made from genuine reinforced lucite acrylic - so you know it will last. With a range of styles available, whether you want a slipper bath, double ended bath or a roll top bath with shower, you can find it at an amazing price at Plumbworld today - see all of our freestanding baths for more.

 
 
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What is a Roll Top Bath?

A roll top bath is a type of bath design that features a curved edge along the rim. This is a more traditional or vintage style that is often desired by those looking for a more luxurious bath.

While roll top baths are actually an early style of bath, today they are still sought after in modern homes. They make a beautiful focal point to a bathroom as they are most often free standing, meaning they can be installed in the centre of the room to create an elegant design feature.

Roll top baths can be produced in a number of shapes and sizes, including double ended, single ended and slipper style - many people also like to pair them with freestanding bath taps. Another key feature of roll top baths are their feet. Typically, they are raised off the ground by ornate metal legs that add further character.

 

How Long is a Roll Top Bath?

Our roll top baths are available in a variety of lengths including:

  • 1500mm

  • 1550mm

  • 1700mm

  • 1750mm

  • 1800mm

Like with regular baths, roll top baths are available in a range of lengths to suit different bathroom sizes. However, as they are freestanding and rather deep, they are often better installed in larger spaces to make the most of the design, as the rolled top is not ideal for placing against a wall. 

 

How to Fit a Roll Top Bath

Fitting a roll top bath is similar to fitting a regular bath, though with a few extra considerations to make first such as:

  • Is your floor completely level? 

  • Can your floor support the weight? 

  • Do you know exactly where you want your bath to go? 

Unlike regular baths, roll top baths will be supported entirely by the four feet attached to the bath on the floor. Even roll top baths that sit flush on the floor will not be able to use the wall for extra support as a regular bath would. Similarly, any floor slopes will add further pressure points, so be sure you know where you want your bath to go and that it won’t cause any issues. You will have to drill into the floor to install your roll top bath, so changes can’t be made easily!

Once you have chosen a suitable spot for your roll top bath, it can be plumbed into place. The feet, if it has any, will be attached to the floor and the waste pipes fitted. The floor will need to be lifted up to plumb in the taps and waste and to ensure the joists can support the weight of the bath.