Copper Bathtub Styles

Copper Bathtub Styles

There are many different styles of copper tubs, enough to meet the preferences of just about every homeowner including rectangular, circular and many other shapes in between. Some bathtubs come decorated with attractive designs, particularly on the outside surfaces. We are also happy to custom-produce copper bathtubs designed to suit specific bathrooms. Custom-made tubs will likely be more expensive at first, but it might be worth the cost to own a bathtub that is designed specifically for your bathroom and one that will last for many years to come

 

Freestanding tubs make a great addition to any bathroom and give it a lush, lavish feeling.

Because freestanding tubs are finished on every side, they can be placed wherever you like best in your bathroom. It can be in any location and facing any direction, which is great feature of this style..

ClawFoot Copper Bathtub

 

The clawfoot tub or claw-foot tub was considered a luxury item in the late 19th century, originally made from cast iron and lined with porcelain. Clawfoot tubs usually require more water than a standard bathtub, because generally, they are larger. While true antique clawfoot tubs are still considered collectible items, new reproduction clawfoot tubs are chosen by remodelers and new home builders and much like the Western-style bathtubs, clawfoot tubs can also include a variety of shower head options.

Single Slipper Copper Bathtub

 

Where one end is raised and sloped creating a more comfortable lounging position. This type of tub has occupancy of one person & resting/lounging is on the one side.

Double Slipper Copper Bathtub

 

Where both ends are raised and sloped. These type of bathtubs can generally accommodate two persons and has a lounging side for both of them.

Pedestal Copper Bathtub

 

Pedestal tubs rests on a pedestal in what most would term an art deco style. Evidence of pedestal tubs dates back to the Isle of Crete in 1000 BC

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