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33 Colorful Bathtubs For A Stylish Statement
A bathroom isn’t just a utilitarian room for washing and cleaning, this is an important space where you start the day, often finish the day and can just relax forgetting about all the issues and take a bath. A bathtub is luxury in modern homes: it takes precious floor space but it gives you a lot, too – this is your personal relaxation oasis, besides a cool bathtub will add to the style and decor of your bathroom, and it doesn’t have to be expensive, it can be just a colorful one.
A colorful bathtub adds life to your bathroom and can define the color scheme of the space. It could be a flashy, new bathtub in one of those rare, exotic shades or an old claw-foot bathtub that’s been repainted. No matter what path you choose, one thing that these color-draped bathtubs are not boring. Let’s consider some bright tubs and ways to style them.
A Little Tip
Before you paint or buy a ready colorful bathtub, it’s good to pick the color scheme of your bathroom and then use the brilliantly adorned standalone tub to accentuate it. But if your existing bathroom is monochromatic or clad in unassuming cool neutrals, then the choices are indeed endless. Choose a color that will add interest or make an accent and that you feel comfortable with as you will have to face it every day.
an eclectic bathroom with white walls and an aqua tile backsplash, a mauve clawfoot tub, a wooden mat and a shabby chic chair
Most of the painted bathtubs that you see are revamped and reinvigorated are old clawfoot bathtubs. Somehow, a paint job on these classics seems far more energizing and visually appealing than on a modern ceramic tub. Add to it the fact that their claw feet can be painted in a different color or left in a neutral shade to really drive home the point, and you have a luxurious classic that is quickly becoming a staple in modern homes. The tub comes in a variety of styles, such as the classic roll rim top (which looks the most lavish), the flat rim top, and of course, the slipper tub.
a pure white bathroom with shiplap walls, a bold yellow clawfoot bathtub, a pretty artwork and neutral textiles is cool
a catchy bathroom with a black and white printed floor, a yellow clawfoot tub, a bold artwork and a statement fixture is wow
a colorful bathroom with dark floral wallpaper, white subway tiles, an orange bathtub, a bright green and turquoise floor and white textiles
a crispy white bathroom with a bold yellow clawfoot bathtub, a blue vanity, a colorful gallery wall and a potted plant
a farmhouse bathroom with white shiplap on the wall, a green clawfoot bathtub, a wooden floor, a vintage chair and neutral textiles
a moody bathroom with black paneling, a contrasting tile floor, an orange bathtub, potted plants and some art and books
a lovely girlish bathroom with blush paneled walls, a vintage fireplace, a pink clawfoot bathtub, a shabby chic chair and some blooms
a light-filled bathroom with light blue walls, an orange clawfoot bathtub, a crystal chandelier and a vintage gallery wall
a refined bathroom with white shiplap, a navy clawfoot bathtub, a floor mirror in a gold frame, a crystal chandelier and artworks
a pretty bathroom with neutral walls and a wooden floor, a blue clawfoot bathtub, a side table with blue accessories and an artwork
a pretty bathroom with light blue walls, a blue clawfoot bathtub, floral print curtains, a white pouf and a crystal chandelier
a maximalist bathroom with yellow Zellige and colorful tiles, a hot red clawfoot bathtub and printed textiles is wow
a fun and cheerful bathroom with white subway and tan and white tiles, a yellow clawfoot bathtub, potted plants, touches of pink and bold colors
a laconic bathroom with a plywood ceiling, white tiles on the walls, a concrete floor, an orange clawfoot bathtub and a window with frosted glass
Modern Colorful Bathtubs
Colorful bathtubs are not just relegated to the clawfoot lineup alone. Another ageless classic, the pedestal bathtub, is also a fine fit for the multi-hued makeover. These look far more regal and make their presence felt no matter where they are placed. Since freestanding bathtubs often have very little footprint compared to the rest of the bathroom, using a bold color does not really overwhelm the space. There are also many contemporary ceramic bathtubs along with wooded and stone versions that bring in a distinct hue. These might not be as stark as bright red or jade green, but they are a lot better than the simple white versions.
a sophisticated vintage bathroom with bold wallpaper and white shiplap, a burgundy bathtub, a colorful rug and plates and an artwork
a refined bathroom with grey printed wallpaper, a stained floor, a red free-standing bathtub, a glass pendant lamp over the tub
a green maximalist bathroom with red free-standing sinks, a red oval bathtub, a neutral rug, potted plants and a mirror, black curtains
an elegant vintage bathroom with floral wallpaper, a mirror in a woven frame, a mustard free-standing bathtub, a shiny side table and greenery
a super bold and catchy bathroom with a hot red free-standing bathtub, a bright artwork and black pendant lamps, small side tables and colorful towels