Killer Clawfoot Tubs That Completely Make The Bathroom

Killer Clawfoot Tubs That Completely Make The Bathroom

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Chelsea Evers
Mar 29, 2016

It’s on just about everyone’s dream home wishlist: a clawfoot tub in the bathroom. But you don’t have to live in an opulent mansion to have one of your very own. These tub-boasting baths range from affordably chic to decidedly decadent—and everything in between.

1. Above, this tub’s hot orange hue brings vibrancy to an otherwise clinically clean bath. Set up inside a partially-enclosed shower, it nearly welcomes splish-splashing around. From Dorrington Atcheson Architects.

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2. Jet-black and front and center in a luxe bathroom, this tub steals the show. Imagine sitting back for a long soak while enjoying a lush garden view through the French doors—ahh, the life. From House Beautiful.

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3. Clawfoot tubs are ideal for small baths, too. This forest green vessel provides a stark contrast to modern tile and blends in beautifully with greenery on display. From Design Sponge.

(Image credit: Hans Mossel for VTwonen)

4. This minimalist bathroom embraces a gallery-style wall of art while minimizing the appearance of fixtures. A small platform makes the tub seem like a work of art worthy of attention. Photo by Hans Mossel for Vtwonen.

(Image credit: Chris Stout-Hazard)

5. Privacy, please! Striped curtains in this bright bath partition the tub off, offering a secluded spot for soaking and relaxing. From Roger & Chris' Bold, Eclectic & Vivacious 160-Year-Old Victorian.

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