There are a lot of things people want to do with their bathroom designs. Some people want the huge walk-in shower with spigots coming out of the walls. Some people want more counter space for all of their health and beauty products. Some people may simply want a separate room within their bathroom to house the toilet. If there’s one thing, though, that almost no one can resist wanting in his or her bathroom, then it’s this: the claw-foot tub.
Depending upon the size of the bathroom and its purpose, a claw-foot tub can be used to different effect. For example, you can actually use a claw-foot tub as an aesthetically pleasing and functional piece in a three-quarter bathroom that doesn’t see much traffic. Also, it can be a stunning addition to a master bathroom, transforming the room into something truly exceptional! In some cases, you may even be able to fit one into a powder room – though this is exceedingly rare…
Whatever the case, if you’re interested in claw-foot tubs, then we’d encourage you to check out these 22 stunning bathroom designs that incorporate them. You’ll see a variety of different styles and sizes, but one thing will be the same between each: They all employ the claw-foot tub to great effect, and how could ever say “no” to that?
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1. Old Times
This claw-foot tub with dark green sides is the perfect complement to the old-time vibe of this full bathroom.
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Sometimes, including a claw-foot tub can be just the right thing for a three-quarter bathroom design.
3. Natural Light
Positioning your claw-foot tub in a place that gets lots of natural light is always a good idea.
Especially if you have children in the home, consider incorporating a backsplash behind your claw-foot tub.
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