Creating a spa-inspired elegant bath can invoke a romantic sense of luxury into daily living. Spa style amenities in the bath are one of the most common design requests by our Long Island clients. Below are a few more tub styles if you are seeking some ideas for your bathroom retreat. We posted other designs here.

Catchpole & Rye’s Saracen Bath is a true replica of an elegant bath that was once manufactured in Lyon, France in the mid 19th-century.

Modern and sophisticated, the Cabrits tub by  Victoria + Albert is strikingly exotic.

Chroma-therapy, TV behind a two-way mirror, candles that operate on a remote control…works for me! We designed this elegant master bath with a Kohler tub  (see story here).

Nature inspired, these bathtubs by SDA Decoration are made of a river stone that is cut, hollowed and hand polished. Each bathtub is a unique piece.

Soothingly modern, above is the “Darling New” from Duravit, which won an iF product design award in 2012. See more Darling style at mynewdarling.us 

Kohler’s VibrAcoustic Hydrotherapy bath offers a holistic spa experience that combines sound vibration, music, and chromatherapy to induce relaxation and calm.  Transducers emit sound waves that travel through the water to envelop the user. The sonic rhythms pulse both above and below the waterline. You can choose one of our four original compositions or use the music from your own device.

 

Posted by G Kelly in Bath Design, Products |  Showroom locations: Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly, Inc., 26 Hillside Avenue, Williston Park, NY 516-746-3435  – 11 Bridge Street, Sag Harbor, NY 631-808-3116 | View more of our designs and videos at KitchenDesigns.com 

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