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contemporary claw-foot - chrome feet.
Clawfoot Tub, antique, refinished all white or black outside base
leave out clawfoot tubs entirely, but this beauty has a contemporary flair with its pretty chrome feet.Well you'll have to pardon me, but my tub has just about filled. Time to pour myself a glass of bubbly and enjoy bathtub bliss!Next: More bath design ideasBrowse more bathtub photos
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
clawfoot bath with shower, wooden flooring
Clawfoot tub with shower curtain
clawfoot and beadboard combo
clawfoot tub turquoise pain
Painted Clawfoot Tub
Clawfoot Bathtub...Clawfoot tub...clawfoot bathtub
Architect Mason Kirby Inc.
standard "clawfoot slipper tub". Could be either acrylic or cast-iron. We offer them in a few sizes, but this one is probably a 57" inch tub.
curtain for clawfoot tub in guest bath. Opens up room
slipper clawfoot tub
Small clawfoot with color.
smaller claw-foot tub is a way to enjoy this mode of bathing with traditional flair and a tighter fit.
Clawfoot shower...clawfoot tub
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Mark English Architects, AIA
MEA - Kennedy Street Residence
with the clawfoot tub but how do you shower without flooding the room?
Love the wall shower/clawfoot tub! Do you have issues with water running down the tile wall and pooling on the floor when the shower
have a clawfoot tub faucet AND a shower that are not connected.
clawfoot tub, with shower built into wall
great idea- shower and the clawfoot.
Similar concept. Tile floor and walls with faucet spout, controls, shower head mounted from wall versus clawfoot mounted plumbing
clawfoot tub main floor instead of shower
This blue clawfoot gives a fun dash of vintage style to this bathroom.
Volz O'Connell Hutson
Austin Texas Residence
awesome clawfoot tub! The downside is (somewhat similar to this picture) my ceiling slopes quite a bit but only on the side of the faucet. I'm trying to figure out a way to add the conversion kit..if possible.
installing a clawfoot tub shower in a room with a slanted ceiling: http://faucetlist.com/blog/Installing-a-Clawfoot-Tub-Shower.html
behind a clawfoot. If you like long soaks, some clawfoots don't hold the heat and you spend so much time adding hot water to keep warm that it isn't relaxing.
tub curtain combo. clawfoot nice with wooden floor
Mixer Clawfoot Tub and Shower Faucet
Cast Iron Clawfoot Tub
The idea for our claw-foot tub re-do
clawfoot, kind of like the darker outside
Claw-foot tube for Lizzy?
window and clawfoot tub
clawfoot tub against wide windows
black claw-foot tub. "Who wouldn't want to relax in a hot bath while gazing into the sunset across the rolling hills?" he asks.
Clark & Zook Architects, LLC
North Georgia Log Cabin
view some Clawfoot Tub Shower Hardware Kits: http://faucetlist.com/clawfoot-tub-shower/ - here's a nice example: http://faucetlist.com/Chrome-Clawfoot-Tub-Faucet-Shower-Kit-with-Enclosure-Curtain-Rod-110T1CTS.html
Clawfoot tub and black and white tile.
clawfoot tub with 360 degree curtain.
"The claw-foot tub is an old tub from the 1920s that the clients bought. They took it to a company in Alabama that reglazes old bathtubs, where it was stripped to the raw metal and refinished," says Clark. "The fittings/fixtures are all new, but the client always wanted a claw-foot tub. It's a shower
nding-Clawfoot-Tub-with-White-Lion-Feet.html is similar but the faucet mounts in the middle instead of at one end
This looks like a standard 55" rolled rim clawfoot tub with a deck mounted faucet. You can also get it in a smaller size (48"), or larger sizes such as 57", 61" and 67".
smallest clawfoot tub size you can find.
9. The luxury of a claw-foot tub. Although claw-foot tubs weren't readily available in America until the late 19th century
luxury of a claw-foot tub. Although claw-foot tubs weren't readily available in America until the late 19th century, they have become a staple of farmhouse design. Originally made of cast iron and lined with porcelain, these hefty pieces generally hold more water than modern tubs. The sloped end allows users