The Most Creative, Artistic And Extravagant Bathtubs

The bathroom is blooming! What I mean is, designers and manufacturers are starting to produce creative fixtures for the bathroom. From totally esoteric bathtubs to inventive sinks and faucet fixtures that defy the utilitarian history of the bath, the new and improved bathroom is starting to turn into a creative playground for both the designer and the user (yep, you!). While I like to keep it simple in my personal bathroom, it’s inspiring to see bathtubs that look like shoes, sinks that melt into walls and faucets that are sculptural and beautiful. It’s hard to tell from the photos if they’re user friendly, but as long as these bathroom fixtures stay functional I’m into this bathroom revitalization.
Shoe Bathtub by SICIS Art Mosaic Gallery

Shoe Bathtub by SICIS Art Mosaic Gallery

Brilliant, sexy and simply divine, are among the few things that define the Shoe Bahtub from Milan-based SICIS.

Shoe Bathtub by SICIS Art Mosaic Gallery

Shoe Bathtub by SICIS Art Mosaic Gallery

Yellow Bathtub

Yellow Bathtub

Gold Framed Dual HDTV Bathtub

Gold Framed Dual HDTV Bathtub

Super Artistic Bathtub

Super Artistic Bathtub

Omnivo’s Minimalist Le Cob Bath Tub

Omnivo’s Minimalist Le Cob Bath Tub

Wooden Bathtubs by STOLIS

Wooden Bathtubs by STOLIS

STOLIS bathtubs made of massive, high grade wood creates a very special, classy, feel-good ambiance.

Bathtub made of Pilkington glass and stainless steel

Bathtub made of Pilkington glass and stainless steel

Natural Stone Forest Bathtubs

Natural Stone Forest Bathtubs

The way how Stone Forest makes it’s amazing bathtubs is they just take a giant rock and hollow it out. Each natural bathtub is unique in shape, size and color.

Classic Stone Bathtub from Maxim

Classic Stone and Ash Wood Bathtub from Maxim

Rock Crystal Bathtub by Luca Bojola

Rock Crystal Bathtub by Luca Bojola

Designed by Luca Bojola, the exquisite piece of bathtub runs 2 metres in length and is 55cm in height. The astonishing feature here is that it crafted out a single enormous block of purest white rock crystal that is dug from the Amazon in Brazil.

Malachite bathtub - Baldi by Luca Bojola

Malachite bathtub - Baldi by Luca Bojola

Contemporary Cast Iron Bathtubs from Recor

Contemporary Cast Iron Bathtubs from Recor

The Recor company has been founded in 1958 in Portugal and takes one of the leading places in production of different kinds of contemporary cast iron bathtubs.

The Boat-Shaped Bathtub also called Vascabarca is designed by Anne and Parick Poirier Antonio Lupi.

The Boat-Shaped Bathtub also called Vascabarca is designed by Anne and Parick Poirier Antonio Lupi.

Ballerina Bathtub by Gustaw Lange

Ballerina Bathtub by Gustaw Lange

Ballerina bathtub by Gustaw Lange is a creative showering system that compactly combines a tub and standing shower. Drag the end of it upwards and it will spiral itself around you and reveal the shower head at the top. The bathtub stays as a cup where the water will run down.

Ballerina Bathtub by Gustaw Lange

Ballerina Bathtub by Gustaw Lange

The Tub-E Electronic Bathtub for Modern Bathroom

The Tub-E Electronic Bathtub for Modern Bathroom

This modern electronic bathtub, Tub-E, has been offered by Wild Terrain Designs. The tub was made from copper or stainless steel with an elegant stainless steel staircase swirling around. Completed this futuristic design, there is pinhole LED lights embedded into the outer rim of the Tub-E. For the perfect bath, there is a built-in heater under the seat that can be the water temperature adjusted. Tub-E offers more easiness with the auto fill, auto empty and auto clean option system.

Duravit Bathtub

Duravit Bathtub

Here is the hands down winner for the coolest bath tubs and saunas from 2007. Duravit takes creation a step further than most are willing to go. Their philosophy is” Wherever. What ever. Anything goes. Fashion paves the way: Rules are broken trends old and new are reinvented”.

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