The classic clawfoot bathtub shape has made a stunning comeback in bathroom interior design, and home decorators are finding new and innovative ways to utilize the tub. According to HGTV.com, if the tub is closer to a wall, consider placing a small cutaway shelf to store anything from towels to fresh cut flowers.
Unless you install shelving or a rack from your showerhead, it can be difficult to store toiletries and towels in a room with a bathtub. You can try and put towel racks and rings on the outside of the tub, but they may look like afterthoughts next to the larger furnishing.
Creating a cutaway in the wall next to your bathtub can be a stunning addition to your washroom. This will give you a place to stack towels and other items so that they're within arm's reach. Additionally, you can use the extra space to display a vase with flowers, photographs or anything else that speaks to your personality.
This is just one of many interior design tricks that can help your antique bathtub become more functional. What decorating tips do you have for homeowners looking to make the most of this classic bathroom furnishing?
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