1) Walk-in shower with the ubiquitous "shower curb" and glass wall seems to be most popular across HBD and condos. I've rarely seen shower trays. Bathtubs mostly in condos rather than HBDs which are usually so small that they become wet rooms. Soak tubs (little sit-in Japanese tubs) seem to be having a renaissance if the local renovation websites are anything to go by.Anna_BRG wrote:
1. What are people most likely to install in Singapore: A bathtub, a shower tray, or a walk-in shower (with tiled floor and maybe a curtain)?
2. What types of taps and mixers (faucets) are people most likely to install (one head mixers, two head mixers, thermostatic taps, pillar taps, other...?) and does this answer change whether we are talking about bathrooms vs. kitchens?
2) Lately in kitchens, people seems to love those massively tall taps that loop over the sink and have a switch to change from spray to jet. Sometimes with a pull-out hose (again, if the local reno blogs are to be believed). In bathrooms its mostly single-head mixers whether hot water is present or not. (you can buy kits here to split cold water pipe into two, specifically for the purpose of using hot/cold taps with cold water only).