Some people like to take dirt of themselves quickly in the shower and some like to take a long hot bath and enjoy the relaxing moment. We prepared this post – 25 Cool and Creative Bathtubs, especially for those who love to soak into their bathtubs. From ceramic to stone, from glass to wood, those beautiful pieces are not only designed to provide you exclusively bathing experience but also spice up your bathroom with their unique aesthetic.
Vessel, is a new and elegant bathtub designed by Splinter Works by combining a hammock and a bath tub together to provide the ultimate vehicle for total escapism. It is constructed out of carbon fiber for its strength and ability to form complex curves. Designed for use in a wet room, Vessel is suspended from the walls and does not touch the floor. It is fixed with stainless steel brackets that can be covered over, or left revealed. As for drainage, there is a a built in water release at the base of the design, though a down pipe drain can also be installed if needed. With this sleek bathtub, the peaceful experience of kicking-back in a hammock has been further enhanced by combining it with the immersive comfort of soaking in a hot bath. Love the design and Vessel definitely takes stylish relaxation to a new level!
Bathtub is good for someone coming home after a long day’s work. You can just soak yourself inside it and enjoy a good rest. Of course, even the most normal & boring rectangular bathtub can do the work. But if it can be something more special, something with more ergonomic shape, cutting-edge looking and maybe some extra functions, that will be way cool. Here we rounded up 15 Cool and Fancy Bathtubs which not only serve their functionality but stand as a visual treat as well. Thanks to those industrial designers behind these elegant tubs and hope you enjoy.
Wheelchair-bound people require the assistance of others in order to get into a bathtub. Solutions have come in the forms of bath lifts, walk-in bathtubs, and rising wall bathtubs. Each has their own advantages and disadvantages. Recently designers Kim Jung Su, Yoon Ji Soo and Kim Dong Hwan won a Red Dot design award for their own take at the accessible bathtub problem – Flume Bathtub which was designed to bring more independence to the bather. The bathtub tilts like a seesaw down to a level at which a person take hold of the attached handles and transfer themselves from the wheelchair to the tub. A seat is built in at the point of entry. As water fills the tub, it balances out the weight distribution, and the tub gradually becomes centered and level. The reverse occurs when the water is drained, allowing the bather to return to the wheelchair. Really brilliant ideas and I hope this concept can come true soon. [source]