Hi, I’m Bethany and I am the person responsible for this bathtub website. I have a somewhat hectic lifestyle; I’m usually very busy. My day job requires me to travel a lot, so I really value and appreciate the time I get to spend soaking in my tub in the comfort of my own bathroom. I seems to me that there must be lots of other people out there who feel the same, and seeing that I have so much information about bathtubs I decided to share it with the rest of the world and hopefully help someone to find their perfect tub.
Just a disclaimer – I am not an a bathtub expert or a Kohler employee. I am just a regular woman who loves her tub and wants to help others find the same peace and serenity that I find when I relax in my tub at home. Spending this kind of “me” time is very important and can really help to improve your quality of life.
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