Tubs for a bathroom style statement
Transform an ordinary soak into an extraordinary experience with tubs that reflect your style. For lovers of vintage design, clawfoot baths offer options like roll tops, double ends and slipper tubs. For modern rooms, contemporary models come in shapes and colors to match or contrast with your décor. White porcelain is typical for these bathroom standbys, but alternatives include metal, plastic and stone such as travertine or granite. Budget-conscious buyers frequently choose plastic tubs.
Tubs may be freestanding, recessed into a corner or alcove, or situated under a broad picture window for a private view of the outdoors. Luxurious upgrades to your bath could include features such as extra depth for soaking, whirlpool jets, bubble massage, effervescence or sound-wave vibrations. Bathtubs are even found outdoors now, and garden tubs often provide additional space for one or two bathers. Common manufacturers include American Standard, Kohler and Jacuzzi.