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Bathtub Choice

Posted by SunnyAlberta (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 18, 11 at 22:39

We are building a Country Modern style home. We have mostly squarish sinks and Riobel manhattan fixtures. I was going to order the Kohler Reve freestanding square tub but it is only 22" tall so I am worried it may be more contemporary modern than country modern. The other tub I am considering is the Cheviot Balmoral which is 27" tall but round.
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They are both nice! Will the tub be in the same room as your square sinks?


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The sinks are square that the tub will be in.


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I like the Balmoral better, but I don't dislike the Reve.

I think the sinks being square is fine with either one. Are the sinks part of a vanity, or are they pedestals?


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The two sinks are in a vanity.


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Hello SunnyAlberta -

I am remodeling my master bath, and I am considering the Kohler Reve. Did you end up getting it? Is it comfortable? I can't seem to find one in my area to actually look at.

Thanks!


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I ended up going with caml-tomlin tub merit instead. I loved the reve (and still do) but I just worried about the height and not be able to see it in person before I ordered it.


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