One of the first things one has to decide when designing or remodeling a bathroom is what type of tub they prefer. We tend to favor the freestanding tub for aesthetic reasons. There are many irresistible designs to choose from, one more exquisite than the other. The only limit is your budget. Whatever your style may be, whatever color, finish, material or shape you prefer, someone probably already designed a freestanding tub that’s perfect for you.
Oval freestanding tubs like this one are really great at making bathroom look welcoming and adding a soft touch to their surrounding decor. We love the look of this eclectic bathroom. It blends modern and traditional elements in a very stylish manner. Check out the property on alysbeach.
Australian artist David Bromley has a passion for interior design and this statement bathroom can show you why. There’s a lot going on here and yet the space doesn’t look cluttered or chaotic. the black freestanding tub takes center stage, being complemented by colorful accent pieces and exquisite artwork.
Modern and minimalist freestanding tubs aren’t the only ones that look exquisite. The perfect example which proves it is this elegant clawfoot tub which has tons of mid-century modern appeal.
This bathroom beautifully combines minimalist modernism and retro elegance, the result being a glamorous and very pleasant decor. The freestanding tub features a soft curves and an oval shape complemented by a round top side table and an armchair with tapered legs.
This is one of the bathrooms inside Villa Mostaccini which is located in Bordighera, Italy and was recently renovated by architect Micol Maiga. The renovation brought a variety of new features and updated but the architect was also very careful to preserve the original character of the villa. This is noticeable in all the spaces, including this stylish bathroom with expansive views and a stylish and modern freestanding tub.
Old, historic residences like the Costaguti Experience luxury accommodation are notoriously difficult to renovate and decorate. Of course, the task is not impossible, as proven by Studio AA. Take for example this majestic bathroom. Its Baroque architecture is impressive and given it a very aristocratic look but, at the same time, the modern freestanding tub fits in perfectly, updating the decor in a very subtle and elegant manner.
Another example of how modern and traditional influences can coexist harmoniously is this chic bathroom renovated by Austin Design Associates. We love the black and white freestanding tub. It really grounds the space and gives it lots of character.
A similar design strategy was used in the case of this French manor house. The interior was remodeled by designer Kate Hume who chose a very charming approach when decorating the bathroom. A classic freestanding tub sits on a raised floor section and an elegant, mid-century modern chandelier hangs to the side, attached to an exposed wood beam.
We absolutely love bathrooms that look like small, comfortable living rooms. Sure, such a design requires a certain amount of space and a freestanding tub is a must but there’s so much potential and so many different design strategies to be explored. Let this stylish bathroom completed by Artistic Designs For Living serve as a source of inspiration.
The high ceiling really makes this bathroom stand out. The owners chose an interesting approach when they renovated this 1854 Cape Dutch home. They chose to do a historical renovation which would emphasize the house’s existing beauty and character, hence the eclectic bathroom you see here.
This is another example of how a minimalist, freestanding tub can make an entire bathroom look glamorous and exquisite. this soft, oval tub is wonderfully framed by curtains and is the focal point of this spacious bathroom.
The greatest advantage that freestanding tubs offer is the fact that they can be placed pretty much anywhere. This gives designers a lot of freedom when planning a bathroom’s layout and decor. Check out how gorgeous this design done by Studio DB for a loft in TriBeCa is.
Sometimes a freestanding tub is simply the only suitable option for a bathroom. A good example is this apartment from Amsterdam. When they renovated the place, studio Willem Benoit Interieur wanted to fill it with light and to give a harmonious look. They were successful in every way.
Like we said before, freestanding tubs come in all shapes and sizes making interior designing a lot of fun. For this narrow bathroom, Day Bukh Architects chose a deep soaking tub which helps to maintain an airy and open decor. The low sink and vanity combo have a similar effect on the decor and the ambiance of the space.
It’s not just the freestanding tub that features soft curves and a smooth, minimalist design in this case. The washbasins are just as graceful and even the architecture of the room emphasizes the same details. This is a design done by studio Milano Contract District.