BetteSpace M by BetteThe design of the baths is the work of the German design studio Tesseraux + Partner, which has developed an optimised shape for BetteSpace. The base is a rectangular trapeze, which saves precious space in the bathroom. The baths also all have a wide back for comfortable sitting and a generous lying area of 170 cm in length. This is perfect for an extra-long bath and allows even tall people to immerse themselves and forget about the outside world.
The glazed titanium steel itself is extremely robust and durable with a skin-friendly surface that retains warmth and is also extremely easy to look after.
BetteSpace S by Bette‘Enjoying a bath is quality time for us and our loved ones. Rather than only being possible in bathrooms with a large layout, this luxury should in fact be possible in any bathroom. And BetteSpace makes sure that it is’, says Sven Rensinghoff, the company's marketing director.
BetteSpace S by BetteBetteSpace S is the most space-saving version in the collection. Like the others, this bath is a bather-friendly 170 cm long. However, measuring 75 cm wide on the lying side and 60 cm along the foot end, it also fully utilises every centimetre of the available space in small and medium-sized bathrooms. There is plenty of room for one person to enjoy complete bathing fun, and with a depth of 42 cm it is also ideal for comfortable immersion.
BetteSpace M by BetteIf there is only room for a bath or a shower in the bathroom but both are desired, then BetteSpace M is the perfect compromise. Measuring 90 cm wide at the foot end and 75 cm at the top, with a depth of 42 cm the bath also offers enough space for showering, and more than enough for splashing.
BetteSpace L by BetteBetteSpace L even has enough space for two to enjoy a pleasant bath together – and as the lying side is 130 cm wide, they can also sit side by side. And because the foot end is 75 cm wide, it saves almost half a square metre of space in the bathroom. This provides more freedom of movement in small and medium-sized bathrooms without having to forego comfort or wellness.
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