Bathtubs Inspiration

Bathtubs are still trending. And if you’re a bath lover, nothing can replace the luxuriously relaxing feeling of sinking into a tub. And with more homeowners investing in larger bathrooms, creating a spa-like destination bathtub experience is trending in 2019. So, if you’re planning a bathroom remodel, these tubs are worth seeing.

Spa-Like Delight
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Waterproofed wood can make a tub that’s both beautiful and practical. In this Bali-inspired space by Concept Renovations, a wooden tub sits at the end of a long, narrow bathroom, framed by a tall window and a custom wall treatment.

Sculptural Beauty
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If sculptural, minimal style makes your heart go pitter-patter, this big stone tub will probably earn a spot on your wish list. The architectural team at LlamaGroup, along with interior designer Janey Butler Interiors, created this master bathroom, complete with a custom wooden bath tray and a wall niche to keep bath products within arm’s reach.

Classic Claw-Foot
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Whether you live in a traditional home or just crave the comfort of a vintage-style tub, a claw-foot tub can make an impressive centerpiece for the bathroom. In this space from Old Hillsboro Building Co., a claw-foot tub pairs up with a bronze chandelier and creamy white shiplap for a modern farmhouse look. Details like built-in shelving and a wall-mounted TV make this a tub you wouldn’t want to leave.

Outdoor Experience
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It may look like the great outdoors, but this destination tub by 20|20 Buildersis actually located within an interior courtyard. The homeowners can enjoy fresh air and sunlight — and complete privacy — while savouring a soak in the concrete tub surrounded by a Zen-like garden.

Copper Special
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Copper’s durability and natural patina have contributed to its significant comeback in the last decade. This oval bathtub from Saint Dizier Design allows the material’s understated luxuriousness to shine. Surrounded by black river stone, the contrasting copper tub is perfect for this bathroom’s indoor-outdoor feel.

Sunken Statement
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Build your tub right into your bathroom floor by sinking it in below floor level. This Studiotrope design collective tub is formed from concrete, then tiled for aesthetics and comfort. This can save you the hassle of installing a tub while giving you the benefits of a built-in feature — like the corner seat and step here.

Barrel Inspiration
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JamesCleary Architecture’s oval teak tub looks just like a wine barrel but a little more luxe. The elongated design makes it extra comfortable; this tub could even host more than one bather at a time.

Luxe Retreat
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Flowing white curtains, a fluffy rug, and a softly illuminated chandelier surround a stately pedestal tub in this master bath retreat from Francesca OwingsInterior Design. A petite stool and a table make handy spots to keep bath necessities and a fluffy towel for when you get out — not that you’d ever want to!

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