Who wouldn’t want to enjoy a relaxing foam bath in one of these amazing freestanding bathtubs? Oval, with legs, with a skirt or with afoot. We must admit – love them all!
1. WHAT IS AN EXEMPT BATHTUB?
They are also called stand-alone or island. They are those that are not embedded in any wall or corner. They stand out because they steal the limelight from any other element of the bathroom, becoming the visual center.
2. BATH OR SPA?
A freestanding bathtub has the ability to turn a bathroom into a spa. They are elegant, sophisticated, and provide a point of distinction. Combining its modern lines with the warmth of wood on the ceiling, floor, and wall is a sure hit.
3. BATHTUB FREE OF CLEAN LINES
These types of bathtubs are also hallmarks in contemporary and more current bathrooms, in which a minimalist air with simple lines prevails. And the pebble floor works like a carpet, creating a bounded area.
4. BATHTUBS WITH SINUOUS SHAPES
The new materials allow for warm, soft-touch finishes while you can experiment with new and modern designs.
5. FLOOR STANDING TAPS
Typically in freestanding bathtubs, the faucet is high and floor. Then the style will be marked by that of the bathtub itself. More classic or clean lines? Chrome or black? Create a contrast between a more classic bathtub and a modern faucet, as in the image.
6. WITH WORK SHELF
One of the drawbacks of freestanding bathtubs is that they have no space on which to rest personal hygiene products. Other solution? If it goes next to the wall, a work shelf is a great option to have everything at hand every time you relax in your super bathtub.
7. BATHTUB WITH SKIRT
To color your bathroom with a freestanding bathtub, choose it with a skirt. In this case, a brownish-gray shows some moldings accentuating, even more, the country house aroma given off by this bucolic bathroom.
8. UNDER THE WINDOW
It is one of the most common locations for freestanding bathtubs. It offers the opportunity to enjoy a bath with views and under the warmth of the sun’s rays, but for more privacy, place a blind.
9. IN THE MIX IS SUCCESS
The predominantly classic bathroom style architecture of this bedroom contrasts with the more contemporary organic lines of the bathtub.
10. MORE PRIVACY AND LIGHT
To avoid depriving yourself of the sun’s rays coming through the window, choose some Venetian blinds: they allow you to regulate the light that comes in thanks to the twist of your slats.