Carefully selected to complement our selection of freestanding baths, the Savisto freestanding taps range consists of sleek and stylish products from the likes of Premier and Hudson Reed with savings of at least 25% on the usual RRP. Featuring elegant, minimalist designs, these freestanding taps offer complete versatility, enabling you to place your tap unit in whichever way best suits the layout of your bathroom space.
A freestanding tap is essentially a bath tap and shower mixer combination which is not integrated onto the bath tub and separate from the bath all together. These bathroom standpipes often come combined with a shower head as well as having a traditional shower mixer tap set up.
By opting to use a freestanding bath tap as oppose to the conventional designs which are integrated into the basin, a freestanding bath tap can be placed in the most convenient location which best suits the layout of your bathroom space. Similarly, the tap will provide a more elevated stream of water – mimicking that of a shower – without the inconvenience of having to purchase an integrated shower bath.
Freestanding shower taps can also be re-used if a tub becomes outdated and requires changing as the old tap can be combined with a new basin quite easily without any additional installation or structural amendments.
When coupled with a standalone bath, freestanding shower taps marry up very well as both designs complement each other. Not only are they more practical and easily manoeuvred but the taps also add an element of distinction to a bathroom, with the freestanding and independent aspects contributing to an air of grandeur and imminence.
At Savisto Bathrooms, freestanding bath taps and shower mixers can be found in aplenty, with an all-encompassing array of styles, designs and finishes to choose from. If you are purchasing a new shower mixer, you may also want to check out our assortment of freestanding baths. However, if you have decided that freestanding shower taps are not right for you, our selection of shower baths, may be the next logical area to explore.