BainUltra’s Bain de Ville is a new luxury, urban-inspired line of therapeutic alcove tubs with air jets that is designed for the limited space of city homes and high-rises.
“Created to fit snugly in a bathroom alcove, the tubs are notable for their modern lines, wider deck and minimalist integrated skirt,” the company says. “The bathing well is deeper than many traditional tubs, allowing a blissful soak even in the space-challenged bathrooms typical of city living.”
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Designed for one bather, the Bain De Ville bathtub comes in two size options: one that is 60 by 30 by 17 inches and another that is 66 by 32 by 20 inches. While the smaller model holds 39 gallons, the company says the larger tub boasts an extra 23 gallons. Each tub can come in white, biscuit or an optional grey color. For finishes, clients can choose the standard glossy finish, or they can customize the tub with an UltraVelor matte finish. But the customization does not stop at aesthetics: the entire bath experience can be curated to a persons’ desires.
“Perhaps the most impressive part of BainUltra’s newest collection is the extraordinary range of therapy options,” the company says. “Bain De Ville tubs can be ordered as a soaker or with the brand’s signature Thermomasseur technology with up to 44 air jets for the ultimate hydro-thermo massage.”
The collection automatically includes two accessories: an integrated waste and overflow protection system and the Mia Thermomasseur, an organic LED control panel that customizes the bath experience by increasing the air jet intensity or activating the drying cycle. These features “make it easy to slip away from the care of the modern metropolis and retreat to a world of relaxation and wellness,” according to the company.
For an additional price, four other therapeutic features can be included: Geysair, a hydro-thermal heated-air massager; Illuzio, a set of LED light with 6 colors options (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet); WarmTouch Shell, which heats the tub’s inner shell in at the head, back, and seat; and Aromacloud, a manual integrated oil diffuser.
Like a toasty back but do not care for a warmed headrest? The WarmTouch Shell and Illuzio experiences can controlled via DOT controls, which are integrated buttons that can enabled the therapies in different zones of the tub to further customize the experience.
If users opt to include the premium therapy options, the standard Mia Thermoasseur is upgraded to MiaPlus, which can control session duration, air intensity, and the LED color. The company says users can also program up to four different personal settings. For adjusting the experience without leaving the tub, a third option, MiaMulti, is available, which includes a waterproof, cordless remote in addition to all the functionality of the MiaPlus.
The controls come in white or biscuit. Clients can get more creative with the waste and overflow--beyond the standard colors, they can choose brushed nickel, polished nickel, and chrome. For an even more luxe palette, the company offers premium options such as black chrome, black matte, or satin brass.
“Bain De Ville makes it simple for users to incorporate bathing rituals in their daily lives,” the company says. “These remarkable tubs help reduce tension, ease aches and pains, and restore balance and energy, all from the comfort of home.”