24 Carat Gold Bathtub by Arcaro Martini



If you love luxury, then you will surely like this next piece. Designed by Giacomo Arcaro and artist Roberto Martini, this bathtub is the world’s first 24 carat gold bathtub. If you want to soak in your own spa, then you just have to take a few steps to your bathroom and you will enjoy a five star spa treatment.

This amazing item is crafted with high quality leather exterior and 24 carat yellow gold interior. It can fit up to six people and is available in three different settings. The bathtub is equipped with lifetime Platinum Elite structure with 5 years warranty for electrical and hydraulic parts and 2 years for the outer coating. Moreover it is embellished with Swarovski crystal and crafted entirely by hand by Italian designers. It also has an audio system with subwoofers, custom massage, aromatherapy, outlet to charge the iPhone and amazing lighting.

It also comes in gold and black leather as well. Between the two there aren’t many differences, except that this one has black leather and is fitted with a control panel where the user can access the hot tub pressure massage from the side panel. So, if you want an expensive and luxurious piece to add to your home, then we suggest this as the perfect choice.


Published by in Bathtub, on December 19th, 2011

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