Master Bathroom Tub Area Reveal
I’m so excited to share with you the master bathroom tub reveal!
We have double doors leading to the master bathroom from the closet, and as mentioned before in this blog post, I went with the Nostalgic Warehouse New York long plate with crystal knobs for these doors.
When designing and planning this space, I knew that I wanted a clawfoot tub in our bathroom. In our last house, we had a freestanding tub, but there’s just something about the clawfoot tub that I’ve always loved. It’s so timeless! When I was googling clawfoot tubs, I came across Vintage Tub & Bath, and they have so many different tubs to choose from!
Originally, my plan was to have a tub that was rounded on each side unlike the one pictured where the right side of the tub is flat and the left side is curved. For whatever reason (I forgot why ;-), the drain had to be on one side of the tub and not centered, so I had to go this route. Which is totally fine! When deciding on a tub, I had to determine the length of the tub while keeping in mind that I needed to have room for the tub filler on one side. Considering all those factors, I went with the Randolph Morris Savanna 60 inch acrylic tub.
I had 6 options for foot finishes, and after going back and forth with polished nickel, brass, or white, I went with white. The other two felt too fancy for this space, so I went with white to keep it simple.
The tub filler was easy to pick out! I went with the Delta Cassidy tub filler with hand shower and cross metal handle because it has that vintage style that matched the clawfoot tub. I went with polished nickel for all faucets in the bathroom.
I’m so picky with light fixtures, and for the master bathtub area, I went with this Chapman & Myers Southold lantern from Capitol Lighting. I wanted a light fixture that was simple and classy.
This tub caddy is also from Vintage Tub & Bath! It’s adjustable and comes with a reading rack that isn’t pictured.
To the left of the bathtub is the water closet aka toilet. 😉 For the door hardware, I went with the short plate with the crystal knob.
I hope you enjoyed this blog post! I’d love to know what you think of this space!
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clawfoot tub // Vintage Tub & Bath – Randolph Morris 60 in.
tub caddy // Vintage Tub & Bath
tub filler // Delta Faucet with handles
light fixture // Capitol Lighting
door hardware // Nostalgic Warehouse
windows // Marvin / Moehl Millwork
trim/materials // Moehl Millwork
paint // Benjamin Moore (Solitude)
*thank you to these partners
Positively love this tub and the entire look.
Like the white claw feet, and all the fixtures you picked to go with it.
Beautiful! I especially love that the tub is in a little nook instead of standing out in the bathroom. When the tub is stuck out like that I always think the bather must freeze! Yours looks so cozy.
Could you please tell me what kind of tile you used in your master bathroom? It is so gorgeous.
It looks like Africa Tempesta Marble. It’s at The Tile Shop in my area.
So pretty! What color blue is that around the tub?