Here is the last of three posts on bathroom tapware, and completes the PC items in a bathroom that require taps and mixers. As i've said before, tapware is important functionally, but equally as important as an aesthetic as it ties the overall style that you are trying to achieve together, whether it be country, contemporary, simple or sharp.
Again, for this post which is focused on tapware required for the bath, I have chosen to pick tapware from Reeceas it has stores widely accessible across both Australia and New Zealand, but more importantly, Reece products are resonably priced and on trend with the latest fashion.
I'll split this post into two - firstly tapware for a built in bath, and secondly, tapware for stand alone baths, which have become very popular in contemporary style bathrooms, and of course, referenced to the classic enamel clawfoot bath that dates back to 1883 - read about it here - it's kinda interesting!
I don't think you can go wrong with having a flexible wand on a standing bath spout - if you choose not to have one in the shower, maybe functionality could be preserved by having one like this fitted for the bath
These taps all come with warranties ranging from 7 to 15 years.