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Our Favorite Clawfoot Tubs

by anne

There are two types of bathrooms in the world – those with clawfoot bathtubs, and those without. So in coming up with the Best Of Bathrooms post, I just didn’t have the heart to edit out so many gorgeous bathrooms just because they have clawfoot bathtubs. Instead, I thought it best to separate the roundup into separate posts to celebrate the best of both worlds (find the other bathrooms here!). And even if you fall under the “have not” category, I’m sure you can find lots of inspiration tucked in these spaces. Enjoy! –Anne

Image above: Jesse and Whitney Chamberlain‘s junkyard tub with a burst of yellow cheer.

Image above: Abigail Ahren’s clawfoot glam

Images above: two beautiful bathrooms from the melbourne home of Lynda Gardner

Image above: photographer Corbin Lee Gurkin’s red tub and patterned panels

CLICK HERE for 20 more clawfoot tubs after the jump!

Image above: This tub and tile combo is basically my dream. (via Curbly)

[image above: industrial designer charley wheelock‘s recently renovated bathroom]

[image above: anne lise kjaer’s black and white bath]

[image above: nancy of r.wood studio whose aged tub makes her say her bathroom feels a bit like a brothel]

[image above: lucy allen gillis‘s dashes of mint green}

maya of le grenier
‘s bathroom retreat]

[image above: parisian stylist ombline de kersabiec‘s bold use of color]

[image above: kelly teasley‘s color themed bathroom]

[image above: amanda orcutt‘s tub against an exposed brick wall]

[image above: a four square portland project keeping it classic]

[image above: stylist sandrine place‘s pops of fun through color]

[image above: sanna & jasper‘s pet penguin]

[image above: bernadette of sugarloop‘s light-filled white bathroom]

[image above: tugboat print shop‘s wood rail tub]

[image above: zoe of cloth clothing‘s budget bathroom]

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