Fabulous Freestanding Bathtubs

It’s been a while now that the freestanding bathtubs have been quite the rage. With their sleek, modern look and the ability to transform any boring bathroom into a luxurious bathing experience, we at Arch2o picked up the signal that freestanding bathtubs is what you guys want to know all about!

Here are a few of our favourite bathtubs.

  1. The redesign of a 1930’s house in Toronto by Johnson Chou brought us to stumble upon this gorgeous nook, meant for bathing! Who knew attics could be this delightful!

    Courtesy of Johnson Chou Inc. Photography: Brenda Liu Photography

    Courtesy of Johnson Chou Inc.
    Photography: Brenda Liu Photography

  2. The Sweeny Lake House by Christian Dean Architecture brings one closer to nature as one bathes.

    Courtesy of Christian Dean Architecture

    Courtesy of Christian Dean Architecture

  3. And by this point, we realised that we really like feeling close to nature while bathing thanks to Borxu Design in the Totem House.

    Courtesy of Borxu Designs

    Courtesy of Borxu Designs

  4. But nothing like literally being out in the open. Studio TonTon with their Light+Lighthouse take the experience of cleansing yourself to a whole new level. With sunlight percolating through the wooden battens and a lingering smell of Guava, this freestanding tub is exactly where it should have been.
    Courtesy of Studio TonTon

    Courtesy of Studio TonTon

    For those a little less voyeuristic (joke) the following bathrooms quite appealed to our fancy as well.

  5. JH_A have done a great job choosing a bathtub with such thickness that stands out against the cold concrete and mirror finish, especially in such a spacious setting.

    Courtesy of JH_A

    Courtesy of JH_A

  6. With ceramic flooding the bathtub market, we especially love this sleek wooden bathtub in such a minimalist setting by KW Designs.

    Courtesy of KW Designs

    Courtesy of KW Designs

  7. While we despise those tacky red lights, we truly love the look of the round bathtub.

    Courtesy of DMVF Architects

    Courtesy of DMVF Architects

  8. A skylight on top and your own personal space to bathe, MODERNest has paired up wood and ceramic in a lovely private setting.

    Courtesy of MODERNest

    Courtesy of MODERNest

  9. This would definitely be a personal favourite – a cosy setting and ergonomically perfect for a comfortable bath. Hudson Architects have managed to create the perfect amount of open and enclosed and I for one am sold!

    Courtesy of Hudson Architects Photography: James Brittain Photography

    Courtesy of Hudson Architects
    Photography: James Brittain Photography

  10. Apart from this, we also loved this intimate bath from the Zig Zag House by Dan Brunn Architecture;

    Courtesy of Dann Brun Architecture

    Courtesy of Dann Brun Architecture

  11. As well as this. Baths perfectly integrated into your bedroom without any visible barrier equals the ultimate comfort situation!

    Courtesy of Studio Arthur Casas

    Courtesy of Studio Arthur Casas

By: Shamita Chaudhry

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