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.
- 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!
- The Sweeny Lake House by Christian Dean Architecture brings one closer to nature as one bathes.
- And by this point, we realised that we really like feeling close to nature while bathing thanks to Borxu Design in the Totem House.
- 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.
For those a little less voyeuristic (joke) the following bathrooms quite appealed to our fancy as well.
- 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.
- With ceramic flooding the bathtub market, we especially love this sleek wooden bathtub in such a minimalist setting by KW Designs.
- While we despise those tacky red lights, we truly love the look of the round bathtub.
- A skylight on top and your own personal space to bathe, MODERNest has paired up wood and ceramic in a lovely private setting.
- 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!
- Apart from this, we also loved this intimate bath from the Zig Zag House by Dan Brunn Architecture;
- As well as this. Baths perfectly integrated into your bedroom without any visible barrier equals the ultimate comfort situation!
By: Shamita Chaudhry