When you hear "freestanding bathtub," many people may envision a traditional, claw-foot tub fit for a traditional or antique-styled bathroom.
However, many stand alone bathtubs are anything but traditional, and they are definitely not just ideal for an antique space!
Like a bathroom vanity, a freestanding tub can create a focal point in your bathroom space. Whether you choose a more traditional shape and style or a completely unique and modern one, these tubs are great for creating a statement.
According to Freshome.com, these tubs can be brightly colored and constructed out of different materials including copper, wood, marble and concrete.
"Because concrete is so versatile, bathtubs that look like bowls, nutshells and even seashells are very popular in many modern homes," according to the website.
In addition, many freestanding bathtubs are outfitted with luxurious features such as directional jets, music, colored lights and aromatherapy to help transform an everyday bath into a relaxing spa-like experience.
Different depths and sizes also mean that some are large enough for more than one occupant at a time.
Remember, those who want to install a stand-alone tub should make sure to choose one that is appropriate for the space they have.
Labels: Whirlpools and Bath Tubs