Stand-Alone Bathtubs That We Know You’ve Been Dreaming About
Prepare to be transported as you daydream of a sudsy soak in these beauts. If you’re thinking of redoing your master bath, update the look with a stand-alone tub. They’re easier to install than a built-in version, which means your contractor will thank you. Our collection also includes lots of low-budget update ideas that will inspire your powder room refresh—even if you’re project begins and ends at swapping out your hand towels.
This stunning antique claw foot tub is made even more appealing when set off by floor-to-ceiling windows, breezy linen draperies, and a Visual Comfort & Co. lantern that’s scale is perfectly in tune with the vintage stunner.
This cast-iron claw foot tub is entirely at home in this farmhouse complete with shiplap walls. The distressed chair, rustic floors, and vintage fixtures further the charm.
Wallpaper in a cool, blue hue with a medallion motif and classic bead board create a beautiful backdrop for this white claw foot tub.
The homeowners couldn’t part with this charming claw-foot tub, but they also needed the practicality of a shower. The result is a tub within the shower that allows for both a deep soak and a quick rinse.
The stand-alone tub takes center stage in this master bath. It’s set off within an arched nook that draws attention to the tubs stunning shape.
Made for Soaking
Vanities with cabinets that run to the ceiling sandwich the soaking tub and maximize storage.
This light-filled bath shines with a soothing blue ceiling and classic white subway tiled walls.
A beautiful metal tub is the focal point of the space. Patterned wallpaper was a bold choice, but provides the perfect compliment to the blue moldings and cabinets.
Charming Window Nook
The freestanding tub is tucked into a window nook dressed with light and airy draperies. A stunning shower was also worked into the design of the space.
If you’re thinking of updating your bath with a new tub, opt for a freestanding soaker. It’s actually easier to install than a built-in tub.
Is this bathroom real life? Yes, it certainly is! Floor-to-ceiling linen draperies, a stunning iron chandelier, exposed white-washed wood ceiling, and stunning views set the scene, but the freestanding tub is the real star.
We love the interesting shape of this tub and the spout that rises from the floor. The windows look out onto a completely enclosed courtyard meaning no window treatments are needed.
Cool Blue Bath
A tile floor sets off the beautiful white tub. Light blue walls create a spa-like escape.
The shape of the ceiling forced the homeowners to be creative when it came to placement for this tub. The ceiling was too low against the walls so they opted for a location in the center of the room. Now, it creates a classic look for the room.
Natural Log Cabin
An exposed wood ceiling, stunning wood floors, and a neutral palette create cozy-cabin vibes. The cast-iron claw-foot tub seems to be the perfect place to soak.