Creative freestanding bathtub by Giopato & Coombes

This beautiful bathtub is not creative and inventive because of its shape or design but because of the originality of the accessories and colors that complete it. The tub was designed by Cristiana Giopato and Christopher Coombes for Malmö.

The design of the bathtub is simple. It has an oval shape with smooth and delicate curves. The shape alone is not that innovative and would rather make this piece a classic. However, the simplicity of the design, the accessories, the colors and the fact that it’s a freestanding unit make it unique and give it a contemporary allure. The tub features natural ash legs used to create a contrast in terms of materials and styles. The combination is a typical Nordic element. The wooden legs are also available in red in case you would like to add a little color to your bathroom. Also, they are optional.

For those who would rather keep everything simple, an alternative design is also available. It’s a two-colored version of the bathtub and you can opt for a white gloss interior and a shell charcoal external shell. The color combination is very similar to the timeless black and white duo and the variations of color are an original touch. Both models are contemporary, simple, elegant and would look very charming in all sorts of bathroom decors.

Published by in Bathtub, on July 3rd, 2012


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