Polish Up Your Style With a Copper Bathtub
Showers and tubs are getting an increasing amount of play in the press as a great way to up the ante on interior style. Really, they’ve become more than just functional components of a bathroom—they’ve become actual design features that help sell a home and make a buyer fall in love. And as the market shows, people are paying a pretty penny to soak in style.
Bathing does more than just wash away the grime. It’s a great way to relax and soothe the aches and pains, to relieve tension and stress, to ease strained muscles. Naturally, those are all great things that can come from a good soak in the bath. But why stop there? Scientific studies have homed in on certain properties of copper that have proven to be beneficial to the health; and so copper bathtubs have become the next best thing in holistic healing, making a splash in homes all over the world as a great alternative to the traditional tub.
Even if you’ve never considered a copper bathtub as something that would suit your space, envision it now. Sure, the custom bath design of your dreams may already be tricked out with high end sinks, stunning bathroom vanities, and bathroom accessories technologically-advanced enough to think for themselves. But the benefits of copper aren’t something to dismiss when you’re making your mental design plan.
Prettier Than a Penny
Fortunately for you, a copper bathtub in today’s world doesn’t mean you’re stuck with an eyesore that bears greater resemblance to a horse trough than something suitable for humans. Your options for finding stylish, modern bathtubs made out of copper are wide in range, making them well suited to the look of almost any home, whether the bathroom is on the elegant side or giving off a more rustic vibe.
A Healthy Soak
Still not ready to get sunk in copper? The copper health benefits might win you over, and here are just a few: copper has anti-microbial properties that make copper vessels like copper sinks and copper bathtubs more hygienic than porcelain or fiberglass options. Coming into contact with copper has also been proven to have anti-inflammatory effects, and soaking in a copper tub can greatly benefit people suffering from osteoporosis, arthritis, muscle injuries, and other serious health conditions. Copper also encourages the regeneration of skin cells and stimulates the production of collagen and elastin in the skin. So if you’re looking for the fountain of youth, you might just want to take a good look at your bathtub.
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