Bathroom Design Ideas for Freestanding Bathtubs
A freestanding bathtub, similar to the clawfoot tub but without the metal feet, offers an undeniable elegance to bathroom decor. Adding the eye-catching slopes and curves of a freestanding tub will turn an ordinary bathroom into a dream design and offer a welcome escape from the stress of the day.
Where space is available, a freestanding tub makes a nice addition to an open shower area with both options available within an enclosed glass or privacy walls.
Pedestal or Deck
Add a deck behind the freestanding bathtub for an elegant way to display stunning vintage faucets and hand showers that hide the plumbing. Or, elevate the design on a pedestal of granite, tile, or marble to make the tub the focal point of the bathroom.
If there’s a corner that needs some style, the freestanding tub works great at an angle with floor or deck water access and center mount faucets.
Small and Gorgeous
Even smaller bathrooms can accommodate a single slipper freestanding tub with floor- or wall-mounted faucets to add to the charm. Installed near walls or in an alcove.
Let the Sunshine in
Even if windows are floor to ceiling, a freestanding bathtub floats in front of any window with water access through the floor rather than the wall. Break free of the restrictions of wall installations with freestanding tubs.
Add seating and shelves for towels and special bathing accessories around the freestanding tub for a spa-like atmosphere.
Freestanding tubs are available in a single slipper, double slipper, modular, pedestal, or double-ended styles in white stone or acrylic and in white or matte white finishes. Browse the beautiful selections available at Kingston Brass on our website or contact our Kitchen & Bath Experts toll-free at 1-877-252-7277 for help selecting the perfect freestanding tub for your bath.