Bathtubs to Decorate Your Bathroom

Eye-catching Bathtubs to Decorate Your Bathroom

Maximum comfort is a must in anyone’s home. It is a given that you must be able to relax and bask in the comfort and serenity in your own home. Depending on your preference, that comfort comes in different forms. However, I’m sure that a common denominator among comfort spaces is a serene bathroom space.

Sure, a comfortable bathroom can look like the usual ones with ample space for a shower and a built-in bathtub. Sprinkle in some fragrances and candles, and you’re all set. But, do you know how to elevate your space? We have two words for you.

What are Clawfoot Tubs?

A clawfoot tub is the quintessential bathroom piece to elevate your bathroom. It is a freestanding tub that is marked distinctly by the use of clawfoot designs for the tub’s legs. This innovative design is enough to create an elegant and elevated feel for your modern bathroom.

Top Freestanding Clawfoot Tubs for You

Interested in getting one? We’ve come up with a list of our favorite clawfoot bathtub designs.

1.   Henderson Cast Iron Slipper Clawfoot Tub

First off, we offer you this 54-inch cast iron slipper clawfoot tub. It is approximately 4 feet and 5 inches, in case you are wondering. The tub has a porcelain color, making it look elegant and delicate. But don’t let that color fool you. The clawfoot legs leave a striking impression because of their dark cast iron color ensuring you of its durability.

The clawfoot legs are easy to install and adjustable. You don’t need to hire a plumber to attach and detach them. It’s that easy!

The startling difference between the appearance of the tub and the clawfoot legs makes it much more appealing to the onlookers. Sure enough, the benefits of the tub don’t stop there. Aside from its aesthetic appeal, the slope of the tub is elevated on one end. This elevated end provides maximum support and comfort for your neck and back when you want to soak for long periods.

This clawfoot tub can be yours for $1,499 apiece. Installment is available for $94/month.

2.   Amherst Acrylic Slipper Clawfoot Tub

As the name states, this tub is made up of acrylic sheets. The tub’s length is 51 inches with a width of 26 ¼ inches and a height spanning from 25 to 32 ⅛ inches. With these measurements, the expected maximum volume of water it can support is 42-gallons. Are you starting to imagine your me-days in this tub already?

The capacity of this acrylic clawfoot tub is already amazing. But as expected, the clawfoot design makes it even better. The standard design comes with a chrome finish that will capture anyone’s attention at first sight. It glints with the perfect amount of sunlight when you position your tub near the window. Beats any Pinterest picture, right?

However, keep in mind that this freestanding clawfoot tub doesn’t have faucet holes. What it does have are imperial feet with adjusters, the option to add in custom art on the tub, and additional resin and fiberglass in between the acrylic sheets for maximum strength.

3.   Luna Cast Iron Double-Ended Roll-Top Tub with Imperial Feet with Burnished Exterior Finish

Are you a huge fan of anything polished? If so, then this double-ended roll-top tub with imperial feet may be the ideal tub for your modern bathroom.

The Luna tub boasts more space length-wise compared to our previous items. At 68 inches for its length and 31 inches for its width, it can hold up a total of 55 gallons. Imagine soaking for hours in this luxurious bathtub!

This modern clawfoot tub is one of the go-to bathroom centerpieces when your main objective is to beautify the space. The beauty of this piece is unparalleled as its polished and rough exterior look is delicately paired with a smooth porcelain exterior. The imperial clawfoot legs are the perfect cherry on top that finishes off the rustic vibe of this tub.

4.   Melvine Antique Copper Clawfoot Double-Slipper Tub

This antique-inspired clawfoot tub is one of the most expensive ones on our list. And best believe that the price is for a good reason.

First of all, the title description can speak for itself. This tub is an antique copper tub with clawfoot legs. If that doesn’t look like a bundle of cash to you, then I don’t know what will. Secondly, the overall look of this tub is a modern take on centuries-old freestanding tubs, similar to the ones we see in our favorite period dramas.

The design, per se, is already breathtaking. Let’s talk about its equally excellent capacity. Also at 68 inches, the Melvine antique clawfoot tub has a width of 32 inches and a height of 23 and a half inches. It can support up to 83 gallons of water with no problem at all. The clawfoot legs also have an antique finish in the same copper color.

The image of this tub sitting at the center of a well-lit bathroom is already exceptional. It gets even better when you finally get your hands on it.

Special Mention!

Clawfoot tubs are not exclusive for adults who want to enjoy their me days. There are also clawfoot tubs that are specially made for infants.

5.   Wexford Baby Hammered Copper Clawfoot Double Roll-Top Tub

This tub exclusive for babies is only 32-inch in length and has a capacity of 11 gallons of water. But, the design and finish of this tub don’t look like it is for infants. The tub’s exterior is hammered antique copper with a hand-polished finish. Its interior, on the other hand, is smooth and rounded.

If you happen to have $699 lying around and an infant who you want to pamper every day, then this Wexford Baby Hammered Copper Clawfoot Tub is an excellent addition to beautify your bathroom further!

Final Words

Bathtubs are both a necessity and a luxury. The clawfoot tubs we included in our list are particularly luxuries, but they are absolutely worth it. Investing in one is a surefire way to instantly upgrade the look of your bathroom without adding pieces that add clutter to the space. It adds to both the aesthetic and utility value of the bathroom. That to us is a perfect example of a smart investment!

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