3,285 antique bathtub refinishing Home Design Photos

Centerline Architects
Renovation of a historic residence in North Bennington, VT
The master bathroom preserves the historic character of the house while incorporating the owners' modern tastes. This antique bathtub was refinished.
refinished wood floor
bathtub faucet...blue bathtub...clawfoot bathtub...vintage bathtub
“TUB” — mmorales2014
13 Reviews
Masters Residence
This guest bathroom features white subway tile with black marble accents and a leaded glass window. Black trim and crown molding set off a dark, antique William and Mary highboy and a Calcutta gold and black marble basketweave tile floor. Faux gray and light blue walls lend a clean, crisp feel to the
lovely finish. I have used in our steamy bathroom on the wood cabinets and it refreshes their appearance remarkably. I do not recommend refinishing antiques.
Yes, it’s the Empire bathtub from Waterworks. Here’s a direct link: http://www.waterworks.com/products/furniture-fixtures/bathtub/freestanding/empire-freestanding-rectangular-bathtub-70-x-34-x-24/13.
Sumptuous, isn’t it? That bathtub is part of the Empire Collection by Waterworks. It is the Empire Freestanding Rectangular Bathtub and is 70”W x 34”D x 24”H. This gorgeous fixture can be found at www.waterworks.com. Please feel free
“Tub” — alagayle
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Beach House
clawfoot bathtub
antique wood chair...Antique tub...Teal bathtub....that bathtub!...Clawfoot Bathtub...Claw footed bathtub
“Love” — jessicahighland55
Dovetail Builders Inc.
9 Reviews
High Rise Single Unit Remodel
Can you tell me the make and model of the bathtub? Thank you
We are planning this style bathtub. What brand and model is the bathtub?
This is an antique piece of furniture that was purchased by the client and refinished with a antique faux finish that you see here. The piece was disassembled and reassembled to get it into the
Bathtub/shower combo, armoire in there, too...
“Tile look” — johnkelly45
Volz O'Connell Hutson
Austin Texas Residence
Working in historic preservation we usually source from antique shops, estate sales, and/or auctions with the intent to refurbish. And as food for thought I'm going to cut-n-paste a similar discussion. imlaurel:
a cute idea of you decide you want a tub instead of a shower. You can get old ones at second chance salvage and just refinish it!
“layout” — arinanaha
Appalachian Antique Hardwoods
1 Review
Reclaimed and Rustic Materials Make A Cabin Cozy
and Rustic materials supplied by Appalachian Antique Hardwoods are featured in this beautiful bathroom. Weatherplank Faded White Barnwood, Pioneer Oak Flooring, reclaimed wood window trim, and VintageCraft cabinets which were custom built by Appalachian Antique Hardwoods all work together to create the
“Nice setup” — David Brodeur
Jordan Design Studio, Ltd.
Coastal Bathroom in Naples, Florida by Jordan Design Studio
Beams -These were not original beams, we created the look to appear original but they are new wood, sanded, stained and finished to look old. Bathtub - The bathtub is a Kohler Vintage Free Standing tub with a cove-trim base. Tower - The bathroom tower was custom built by an artisan in the region. Countertop
Where can the bathtub be purchased?
The bathroom tower is amazing! Was this custom built or antique/vintage piece?
Are the beams original and refinished?
Hi Jordan, we have similar beams in our living room. If they were refinished as part of the renovation, how were they treated? Ours are dust and spider web magnets, and because they
It was an antique purchased on the East coast - this design has been interpreted by many different companies, I just saw this item/design at Ikea in multiple solid colors
“Beams in the bathroom” — Christy Schreck
Alykhan Velji Design
Marda Project
I just bought a new toilet and the color doesn't match the pinkish- almond finish of my existing bathtub. Is refinishing the bathtub a good option or am I better off replacing the bathtub?
If you can afford to do tile and replace the bathtub I would. Refinishing or reglazing an existing bathtub is not that durable and would likely have to be redone every 3 to 10 years.
“Would a small room off the master or library or dinning room work?” — elissakerwin
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