Rub-A-Dub-Dub: 5 Must-Have Tubs

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June 10, 2013
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  Whether it’s in the middle of the room or tucked away in a tiny corner, a bathtub is a key component of bathroom design.   Designer Tom Givone mixed a raw pine vanity with a sleek Produits Neptune Zen bathtub, clad in planks salvaged from the demolition of his previous home. Photo by Mark Mahaney  Photo by Mark Mahaney.   This originally appeared in Salvaged Bathroom with a Vintage Touch.

    Whether it’s in the middle of the room or tucked away in a tiny corner, a bathtub is a key component of bathroom design.

     

    Designer Tom Givone mixed a raw pine vanity with a sleek Produits Neptune Zen bathtub, clad in planks salvaged from the demolition of his previous home. Photo by Mark Mahaney

    Photo by Mark Mahaney.
    This originally appeared in Salvaged Bathroom with a Vintage Touch.
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  Designer Barbara Hill placed a Wetstyle bathtub in the middle of her bedroom “purely for romantic reasons,” she says. Photo by Misty Keasler  Photo by Misty Keasler.   This originally appeared in Dance Dance Renovation.

    Designer Barbara Hill placed a Wetstyle bathtub in the middle of her bedroom “purely for romantic reasons,” she says. Photo by Misty Keasler

    Photo by Misty Keasler.
    This originally appeared in Dance Dance Renovation.
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  Wetstyle offers a versatile range of tubs from tapered to rectangular, and freestanding, mounted on a base, or with legs. We prefer the Cube collection (shown here) for its simple, clean shape. 

    Wetstyle offers a versatile range of tubs from tapered to rectangular, and freestanding, mounted on a base, or with legs. We prefer the Cube collection (shown here) for its simple, clean shape. 

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  A Duravit bathtub tucks under a teak cabinet. The architect chose teak because, “It’s able to hold up on boat decks.” 
Photo by Erick Roth    This originally appeared in Loo & Improved.

    A Duravit bathtub tucks under a teak cabinet. The architect chose teak because, “It’s able to hold up on boat decks.” 
Photo by Erick Roth

    This originally appeared in Loo & Improved.
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  Exposed concrete in this 1960s Houston condo complements the product code written on the side of the porcelain tub. Photos by Dean Kaufman  Photo by Dean Kaufman.   This originally appeared in The Hill Bathroom.

    Exposed concrete in this 1960s Houston condo complements the product code written on the side of the porcelain tub. Photos by Dean Kaufman

    Photo by Dean Kaufman.
    This originally appeared in The Hill Bathroom.
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