The cast iron tub dates as far back as the 1880s in America, where it was first marketed as a horse trough. However, it’s heat retaining properties made it more popular in the bathroom than in the barnyard! Today, cast iron tubs are made from scrap metal, salvaged from old heating radiators, water pipes, manhole covers and old car parts. My dream home will have at least two claw foot cast iron tubs – one in the bathroom and one outdoors as a planting bed for wildflowers.
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I wish I had one like that. Amazing 😀
They are certainly photogenic, but if you take showers and live in a cold drafty house, they are not much fun 🙁
nice inspiration!! i like the old styles
So pretty! Want one when I move out! x
Definitely a need in my next home.
this is amazinggg
I love these baths, I’ve always wanted one in my house
Amazing! I’ll take them all!
Lots of love, xx
They are absolutely stunning! I especially love the black and white ones. So wish I had one in my home!
a bathtub in the livingroom?… yeah in the old days when the heating was only in the living room. build a big bathroom xxoo
An absolute amazing collection, adore the design and the strong influence that it has on the exposure of the bathroom.
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Wow it looks great!