If you have a small bathroom but still want to have a bathtub, then a walk-in bathtub might be a good option. It features a safety grab rails, slip resistant floor, and chrome waste with chrome overflow. A contoured seat with an elevated back rest could make your bathing very comfortable and relaxing even in such small bathtub. Besides, the bathtub could be complemented with a whirlpool heater, a chemotherapy light system, and a water heater. With all these features, the walk-in bathtub is a very cool 1.4 m (55-inch) long solution for small bathrooms.
I have to say, that is a beautiful design. Before I only know the walk-in tub is useful for the elderly and physically impaired who have mobility issues and problems getting over the edge of a standard tub. I never thought it can look so good, especially it blends so well with the tiles on its back Wall. However, I do have a concern: What happens if you open the door before you drain all the water out? I guess that will be a disaster…. [source]