There are many ways to make your bathroom very welcoming and cozy and not even looking like a bathroom but the best way is still bring it into the bedroom. A bathtub in the bedroom concept became popular several years ago and is gaining more and more popularity due to several advantages.
First of all, a bathtub in the bedroom is a unique way to decorate, you won’t see it that often. Second, placing a bathtub in a bedroom means that you’ll have a very cozy bathing space, which is awesome. Besides, you may get a fantastic view for having a bath – place your bathtub by the window to enjoy the views. Third, a bathtub will add interest and a spa feel to your bedroom, you may go for a very catchy bathtub that will make a statement. Now let’s take a look at some ideas you may try.
A Bathtub In A Bedroom
The first and main thing you should do adding a bathtub to your bedroom is thinking of building in plumbs and faucets – this is a work for a specialist. Now consider the style and colors of your bedroom and find out a bathtub that would fit perfectly – it should coincide. If it’s a minimalist bedroom, go for a square bathtub, if you have an industrial space, try a concrete bathtub, if it’s a girlish or just refined space, prefer a clawfoot bathtub to add a luxurious touch. don’t forget that water splashes may spoil the floor or wallpaper, so avoid placing the bathtub at the wall and make a tile floor under the tub – look for beautiful floor transition ideas here.
an airy Japandi bedroom with a free-standing bathtub by the window to enjoy the views
A Bathtub In A Bedroom With A Space Divider
Most of home owners prefer going for a space divider having a bathtub in the bedroom, mostly for the reason of water splashes that may ruin the interior. To make the division very gentle and let the light in, try a glass space divider. For more privacy, try a frosted glass divider, it brings light but separates the zones better. If you want a statement, go for concrete, wood or try something functional: a bookshelf or a storage piece, for example.
a black and white contemporary bedroom with a bathtub in a glass cube to integrate it into the decor
a contemporary bedroom with a bathtub separated with a glass divider and a sink stand behind it
a contemporary bedroom with a large dark metal sunken bathtub separated with glass to avoid splashes on the floor
a contemporary bedroom with sleek storage cabinets and a metal free-standing bathtub by the window
a creative and moody bedroom with a bathroom zone spearated with glass walls
a free-standing bathtub spearated with a glass space divider for gentle separation
a frosted glass space divider is a great idea as it brings privacy yet doesn't separate too much
a industrial bedroom with a concrete bathtub separated with a glass divider from the bed
a minimalist bedroom and a bathtub separated with a glass divider so that both zones made a benefit from the views
a minimalist spacious bedroom with a white free-standing bathtub and a sink separated only with a glass space divider