In the middle 1800s, clawfoot tub was introduced in the market. Soon it gained popularity among the homeowners due to the unique design. It was made of porcelain finish and iron. In the beginning of 20th century, the people were more in favor of the pedestal tub and built in tub. Today, the clawfoot tub at that time has increased popularity for it can evoke the elegance and finesse in the bathroom. You can spot it inside the luxurious and upscale bathroom design. If you think that this item is only suitable for a spacious bathroom, you are wrong. You can also have small bathroom with clawfoot tub.
You can pick the clawfoot tub made of cast iron to evoke the traditional feeling in the bathroom. Now you have to decide the tub features on small bathroom with clawfoot tub. You can pick the original design which can show the luxury of the bathroom. It can feature the rolled rim. Even though the price of clawfoot tub made of cast iron is higher than the porcelain or even acrylic tub, it has unique and traditional design. When the people walk inside the bathroom, their attention will be directed on the stylish cast iron clawfoot tub.
The uniqueness of cast iron clawfoot tub is unbeatable. It features the unique color such as rust, beige, cream, silver, gold or even grey. If you want expensive look inside the small bathroom, choose the golden finished cast iron tub. The legs of the tub should be super ornate and nice. It can feature the faucet holes located on one side of the tub. The sides of the tub can have the contoured look. If you are interested to decorate small bathroom with clawfoot tub, you can get the piece in the home improvement stores in your town. But not all of them provide the customers with the cast iron one. You can hunt this unique piece in the online store. It is okay to have the secondhand one for you just have to finish it to make the clawfoot tub look new and enchanting. Match the tub and other fixtures with the modern sink design and features.
Published at Sunday, February 21st 2016 by Natalie Swedberg