Oliveri Bath & Tapware
The best bath for your bathroom sanctuary
There is nothing quite like coming home after a busy day and slipping into a warm bath. It’ll help you unwind and relax, plus a show-stopping bath can make all the difference to the feel of your bathroom.
Whether you are catering for the needs of a growing family or creating your ideal sanctuary, the Oliveri bath range is a perfect choice. Choose from either the Naples oval, freestanding bath, or Munich square, back to wall bath.
A big benefit of a freestanding tub is flexibility, as they don’t need wall support, they can be placed anywhere in the room. Placing the bath anywhere means you can create a bold focal point in your bathroom. When friends and family members walk into your bathroom, they will definitely take a second look.
When it comes to room size, freestanding baths work best in a bathroom with a little extra space. Bath sizes begin at 1500mm in length, so you may be able to make them work even if your bathroom is on the smaller size. It’s also important to consider the placement of your freestanding bath, we recommend ensuring the bath is far enough away from the wall to allow for easy cleaning.
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Back to Wall Baths
Back to wall baths are great for those looking to make a statement but are lacking in space.
A back to wall bath is a hybrid of an inset and freestanding bath, created to sit against the wall without the need for a hob to be built around the bath.
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The simplicity of a floor-mounted bath filler is the perfect choice to elevate your bathroom further. Oliveri’s Venice and Prague bath fillers are sculptural and elegant, adding eye-catching detail to a freestanding bathtub. They will leave your wall undisturbed and can be grounded wherever you choose.
For a more understated look, choose a wall-mounted spout or mixer tap set to pair with your bath. Not only will this option save space for those with a smaller bathroom, but they are also super easy to keep clean as there are no tight areas that you’ll need to work around.
Whatever you choose, it's best to let your plumber and builder know ahead of your build or renovation. This ensures your bath and tapware are roughed in at the right time of the project.