I am down to the wire on having to choose two bathtubs by the end of tomorrow.
I have narrowed it down to kohler
one 60X 32 ( possibly Bancroft or expanse)
and one 60X32 (expanse) or 60X34.
I have spent hours researching the measurements and so forth online but I am not able to visit a showroom so have to order them unseen! hard to do!!
so please advise.
The first will b in the master bath which will actually be my own private bathroom.
The other will be in the other bath which will be used by my husband and son.
So, I am 5 ft 3, my husband is 6 ft 2 and we have a young son. Because I want my wn bathroom husband and son will share the one bath, so that is meeting two different needs in one tub.
For my own one, I take baths a lot. And I like to soak somewhat deep. I have seen some deep tubs that just look uncomfortablely deep. For me, a 5 ft 2 woman- would a 15 inch water depth be too much? How much depth do I really need?
The expanse looks okay because it is wide- but the depth of the water is only 12 and 5/8.
Husbands and sons bathroom has a little bigger width option ( can go up to 34). I am thinking of the expanse for them an the Bancroft for me but am totally unsure.
The Bancroft may be too deep for me. And the expanse may b too shallow fot my husband. The Bancroft would be too deep for the child for sure.
tub for my regular long comfortable baths ( that will also have a shawoer in it) and I am trying to find a comfy bath for my tall husband ( bathroom cant fit longer than a 5 ft tub). Maybe he needs deeper than I do?
I am wondering if the Bancroft feels "too" deep- and with the 20 inch walls.
Please advise about which tubs might be good for us! I have to order them by tomorrow!!!
So anyway- I am trying to find a good 60X32 acrylic