At our current place, we don’t have a bathtub. So I spend a lot of time dreaming about my perfect dream tub…
This “invisible” tub was designed by the Boston-based architecture firm Stern McCafferty. It’s made from a thick sheet of glass inserted between two tile walls. I can’t imagine actually getting in and out of this tub, but it certainly looks great, which is an important feature in my dream tub. It must look fantastic.
This ultra modern tub is in a remodeled London residence designed by architectural firm Fourfoursixsix. Very minimalist yet serene. Also important: bath time must be quiet time.
What’s better than a bath while on vacation? And what’s better than a bath while on vacation in your home in Bahia, Brazil? This discreet sunken tub is paved in polished cement and manages to be both rustic and opulent. A new bath rule: Must lead directly to the beach.
This dramatic egg-shaped concrete bathtub was custom-fitted to the body of French stage designer and director Jean-Pascal Lévy-Trumet. My future bathtub shall be cast from a mold of my body so that no one else will be able to bathe in comfort except for me! Also, I want that lamp.
More dream tubs, after the break.
Another sunken tub, but this one is in a home in upstate New York, designed by Adam Rolston. What do you think about these floor level tubs? They kind of make the sink stick out and look bulky. For my future bathroom, everything will be sunken into the floor–the tub, the sink, the toilet. Everything must sink!
The Spoon tub by G.P. Benedini for Agape sits before a bank of windows with views of the woods beyond, which mine will also do because I love that kind of thing. And it will be super well heated because I hate being chilly in the tub!
But for now, I will just dream… and shower.