See this Instagram photo by @airbnb • 18.8k likes
I want a claw foot tub, more than anything More
Pebble tile under the tub looks good and provides a slip resistant surface ( shower too). Dark accents, light fixture, beamed/paneled ceiling = nice touch.
It's always been my dream to own a clawfoot bathtub. And ever since seeing Jenna Lyons' home in Domino magazine it became my dream to have a black clawfoot bathtub. This week's edition of Bring it ...
Our home was built in the 1990's. Over the past 6 years we have redone two bathrooms, the pool, added hardwoods to our stairs, and repainted the entire house. T
I searched how to paint a clawfoot tub but I also love how the surrounding is all tile. This may work well in out home!
enlarged shower with bench seat; free standing tub and window; vaulted ceiling (end tile at the low point and take it across)
Not only love this bathroom, but I really like the idea of the wood for a shower curtain, or window topper also!
Beadboard accents, crown molding, and chrome transformed this 100-square-foot bathroom from eyesore into spa-like attraction. | thisoldhouse.com
somewhatvintage: (via Pinterest)