I've been noticing what seems to be an increasing use of classic tubs in bathrooms of all styles.
This beautiful 76" tub by Waterworks, the Beaumont, in traditional cast iron and enamel, runs from about $ 9,000, unpainted. See it by clicking here.
Clawfoots have a way, unlike any other bathroom element, of adding vintage glamour. Love this spa tub.
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One of my favorite bathrooms of all time is in Darryl Carter's gorgeous Embassy Row townhouse. Twin soaking tubs in a beautiful room- the ultimate romantic getaway. The basic black and white scheme, contrast of textures, warm antique wood, cool white porcelain, linen and stone create a space that is rich, sexy and serene.
If you don't have room for two tubs, these 84" authentic antique cast-iron tubs are roomy enough for two. They were made in 1927 and installed in the Berkeley Springs, West Virginia town spa in 1929.
I imagine the straight, almost contemporary legs and original hardware in an eclectic or loft bath. Completely refurbished and restored by Berkeley Springs Tubs for $2500. Contact Shawn at 703-249-8501 for information.
Love this geranium colored tub in the cozy bath of Corbin Lee Gurkin.
|Kate Spade via World of Interiors|
|Scott Snyder via The Enchanted Home|
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