Do you prefer the bathtub or the shower? If you would rather soak in the tub after a long work day, then you'll want to take a look at these elegant bathrooms and bathtubs.
Made of natural stone and sitting on a pedestal, this bathtub is a work of art. And, did you notice the television mounted on the corner wall? I'm assuming someone is planning on spending an extended amount of time here.... and I can see why! This bathroom, designed by Vicente Wolf, is elegant, serene and glamorous.
Also designed by Vicente Wolf, this bathroom juxtaposes a medley of textures and finishes. The copper bathtub, with it's beautiful clean simple lines, sits sculpturally away from the wall and in the center of the room. A large quirky photograph enlivens the space with color and interest.
The stone bathtub is advantageously positioned next to a large expanse of windows, allowing the occupant to capitalize on the sunshine streaming in. Crisp white walls, clean lines and open shelving keep the space looking airy and spacious.
The majestic stone bathtub adds texture to this sleek handsome bathroom. Double doors make a grand entrance to the more formal symmetrically designed space. Dark mahogany vanities ground the all-white scheme.
A beveled stone ledge adds both functionality and visual appeal to this tub. I love that the same stone was carried up the wall and used as wainscoting around the room. Both the dark mahogany vanity and tub appear more furniturelike than utilitarian elements. Paneling the tub enhances that furntiure feel. French doors and a fantastic light fixture infuse the room with style and grace.
A clawfoot tub, whether vintage or a reproduction, adds charm to any bathroom. I love the black and white tiled floor and white beadboard wainscoting.
A clawfoot tub can be a stylish centerpiece in any bathroom. Behind the tub is a vintage wood headboard. It adds rustic charm which juxtaposes so beautifully with the sparkling crystal chandelier.
This beautiful tub is by Kallista. Paneled in dark wood and topped with a stone ledge, it makes a stunning focal point. The detailed ceiling and molding infuse the room with architectural interest.
With smooth clean curved lines, this tub is a modern version of the Kallista tub above. I could see it contrasted beautifully with more rustic elements.
This modern luxury bathroom includes a sunken tub that's barely visible at the end of the galley.