Having a bathroom with a bathtub, whether immersion or hydromassage, is the dream of many people’s consumption, but there is still the idea that having this type of accessory is expensive, requires a lot of labor and ends up giving a lot of maintenance.
Another point that makes many people afraid to think about putting a bathtub at home is the space, most people think that a large space is needed to accommodate a bathtub, and this is not true.
Below we have separated several projects with bathtubs, in different sizes, materials, models and coatings.
Bathroom Decor with Bathtub
The decoration of an environment will always depend on the resident’s taste, but keep in mind that having a bathtub requires planning and qualified labor to carry out the project.
Image 1: Bathtub with wooden deck and burnt cement wall. The glass-enclosed bathroom makes everything brighter and more modern.
Image 2: This bathroom chose to cover the wall and the place of the flag with a more rustic stone, the result is modernity.
Image 3: Cool, this bathroom chose a Victorian bathtub with gold piping and meter tile with black grout.
Image 4: Scandinavian in style, this bathroom has chosen to line the ceiling and wall with wood and maintain a neutral and discreet base.
Image 5: Bathroom with oval bathtub and rustic floor, the tiles and the white wall left the environment bright and neutral.
Image 6: This narrower environment chose a bathtub with a masonry base and which also receives the shower.
Image 7: Spacious and clear, this project received a square bathtub covered with tiles and a porcelain floor.
Image 8: This round bathtub received a wooden deck around it, creating a cozy atmosphere that resembles a spa.
Image 9: With a glass ceiling inside the box, this project gained natural lighting, the box separates the wet area from the rest of the environment.
Image 10: Here, the bathtub is made of wood, as is the deck that extends to the shower.
Bathroom with bath and shower together
For smaller bathrooms, one of the most used options is to place the bathtub inside the shower box, in addition to saving space, this alternative allows you to separate the wet area from the rest of the room.
Image 11: The bathtub made of masonry and lined with burnt cement left the environment modern and sophisticated.
Image 12: Neutral and small, this bathroom bet on a glass box to protect the bathtub and shower.
Image 13: All marble, this sophisticated bathroom features an oval soaking tub and mirror with recessed lighting.
Image 14: Another small bathroom with shower and bathtub, here the joinery project helped to accommodate the tub and created cabinets.
Image 15: Modern project with burnt cement bathtub and geometric tiles, the overhead shower and other copper metals are the highlight of the room.
Image 16: With overhead showers, this bathroom used the shower stall to accommodate the bathtub and created a wetted area with stone.
Image 17: Large, this bathroom chose to create separate spaces for shower and bathtub, the deck and wood panel delimit the space.
Image 18: This project shows that even a small bathroom can have a whirlpool, in this project the entire shower box was replaced by a half wall of glass.
Image 19: Simple and neutral, this environment opted for a curtain rod and shower attached to the bathtub.
Image 20: Another model with half a glass wall, note that the drain is cut into the floor. The travertine marble brings sophistication to the environment.
Bathroom with bathtub and shower box
Putting a box in the bathtub, regardless of whether it has a shower or not, is practical and functional, it will prevent the bathtub water from splashing too much on the countertops or on the floor.
Image 21: This project opted for neutral colors and a built-in niche, the heated towel rail is a luxury piece for any bathroom.
Image 22: Spa-style, this bathroom has a support bench and a wood-covered bathtub, the result is a sophisticated and discreet bathroom.
Image 23: Bathtub and entire wall lined with green tablets brought freshness to the environment, the half glass wall leaves the shower insulated.
Image 24: With two tubs and a heated towel rail, this project preferred to enlarge the box to fit the more rounded immersion bathtub.
Image 25: Very elegant, this bathroom invested in a lowered ceiling with a lighting project and a different shaped mirror.
Image 26: Modern and simple, this bathroom chose a black frame with glass to insulate the shower, the bathtub was covered with tiles similar to those on the wall.
Image 27: Very modern, geometric tiles were used in this project to bring modernity to the neutral base of the environment.
Image 28: With a large glass shower box and a wood-lined bathtub, this environment gained a spa-like feel, the large window providing good lighting and natural ventilation.
Image 29: Contemporary and modern bathroom in blue, white and gold, the large box accommodates the bathtub and shower.
Image 30: Neutral and modern this project chose a rectangular bathtub to divide the shower box with the shower.
Bathroom models with bathtub
When it comes to bathroom models with bathtubs, the options are many, and the ideal format will depend on many variants, such as: space, budget, style, etc.
Image 31: With high ceilings, this bathroom highlighted the bathtub, the black ceiling and lighting design makes the environment sophisticated.
Picture 32: Spacious, this room has a futon to relax in, a large double whirlpool bath and TV panel.
Image 33: Totally white, this bathroom has a large double bathtub separated from the box, the large mirror brings amplitude to the environment.
Image 34: Classic and timeless, this project chose marble for the countertops and dark wood for the floor.
Image 35: Beige bench matches the bathtub, the panel with embossed tile and recessed lighting makes the environment elegant.
Image 36: The natural stone walls leave the rustic atmosphere, while the niches and the chandelier bring elegance to the project.
Image 37: The shower’s ceiling was also lined with wood and received a skylight, the shower has a support bench beside the bathtub.
Image 38: White tiled wall and Victorian bath with shower, rustic wooden countertop accommodates organizer baskets.
Image 39: With a distinctive finish, this minimalist bathroom has discreet pendants and large wooden windows.
Image 40: Half wall and wooden ceiling, this environment received a lowered bathtub inside the box.
Below we have separated projects where the bathtub appears in a simple way, regardless of the format or model, the environments we chose to simplify the installation and use of the bathtub.
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Image 41: With wood-paneled walls, this project has a hot tub and shelves with an industrial sconce.
Image 42: This project created an extra level to accommodate the bathtub and separate from the showers, the long tub allowed the installation of two mixers.
Image 43: The wall of tiles with built-in niche left the environment modern and relaxed.
Image 44: Clean and contemporary, this bathroom has neutral colors and a low ceiling, heated towel rail and sconces bring comfort.
Image 45: This bathroom received a wall with relief texture of flowers with indirect lighting, the mirrors expand the environment.
Image 46: Small bathroom with shower and bathtub, note that the chosen tub has a very small size.
Picture 47: Ceiling shower and matte gray tiles made this bathroom modern and neutral, the shelf matches the countertop.
Image 48: Simple, this bathroom has a half wall of tablets and a column tub, the wooden floor brings comfort to the environment.
Image 49: With a minimalist design, this bathroom opted for wooden shelves and countertops.
Picture 50: The wooden ceiling brings comfort, while the black floor makes the atmosphere sophisticated.
A small bathroom is no excuse for not making the bathtub dream come true, then we chose several rooms of compact size with bathtubs that turned out to be charming and very functional.
Image 51: Retro styled, this project has a Victorian bathtub, wooden ceiling and patterned floor.
Image 52: Minimalist, this bathroom has gray tiles and white walls, vase and tub are of simple models.
Image 53: Very small, this bathroom has a bathtub with a wooden base and a recessed plaster ceiling, and there is still room for a planned cabinet.
Image 54: Burnt cement wall leaves the current bathroom, the shower and black metals are modern and sophisticated.
Picture 55: The round bathtub fits perfectly in this small and narrow bathroom, the modern floor and the black metals brought modernity.
Image 56: Another example of a small but well-designed bathroom accommodated the bathtub, shelves and shower.
Image 57: With Scandinavian inspiration, this room has gray tile and Avnet mirror.
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Image 58: The big difference of this bathroom is the blue ceiling with recessed lighting, the wooden mirror makes the atmosphere cozy.
Image 59: The Venetian window with black bars gave the retro touch, the marble that covered the walls, ceiling and floor brought sophistication.
Image 60: Gray and white, this bathroom was discreet and neutral, the mirror left the room more spacious and elegant.
Betting on a more modern and contemporary style is always an assertive choice so that your environment doesn’t get dated or too loaded. Just keep in mind if you want a more industrial modern or a midcentury.
Image 61: Dividing the wall in half with different colors is a practical and inexpensive way to make the environment more modern.
Image 62: With many current elements, and neutral base, this bathroom bet on wood and natural fibers to bring warmth to the environment.
Image 63: Countertop, box and bathtub base in burnt concrete left the project up-to-date and modern.
Image 64: The tile with different prints left the cheerful and contemporary environment, the joinery solved the problem of storage space.
Image 65: Another example of a minimalist bathroom, this one chose large rustic stones to accommodate the bathtub, the wood cladding left the sophisticated environment.
Image 66: All in burnt concrete, this bathroom has invested in yellow colored metals to bring fun to the bathroom.
Image 67: In contrast, this project chose white for the base and black for the accessories, the result is a neutral and modern environment.
Image 68: Demolition wood and rustic tiling made this bathroom neutral and elegant.
Image 69: With a wooden ceiling and skylights, this bathroom with plenty of wood has become neutral, modern and very sophisticated.
Image 70: Spacious and with a large counter separating the wet area from the tubs, this bathroom is sophisticated and elegant.
Bathroom with bathtub: Models
There are many models, it can be round, rectangular, corner, masonry, etc. The important thing is that you choose a model that fits both space and budget.
The round bathtub is very democratic, although it looks better in larger bathrooms, it also adapts well in small environments as it doesn’t create corners and accommodates well in corners.
Image 71: This bathroom has chosen a large round bathtub and design for the lowering of the ceiling, the large wall of glass blocks lets in natural light.
Image 72: The large wood panel and the neutral wall cladding highlighted the bathtub.
Image 73: Round bathtub and overhead shower, this project chose modern finishes and metals to complete the environment.
Image 74: Large, this bathroom has a box for two showers, large countertop and round bathtub.
Image 75: This round bathtub was placed in the corner of the room to make better use of the space.
Image 76: Double whirlpool bath and marble countertops, the large window makes the room bright. The blinds provide the necessary privacy.
The corner bathtub is democratic and widely used, as it manages to take advantage of spaces that are considered lost. In addition, it is one of the most versatile models and suitable for those who want to save space.
Image 77: This corner bathroom accommodates two people, the glass blocks make the room bright.
Image 78: Simple and with neutral tiles, this corner bathtub takes up little space.
Image 79: This bathroom full of character has a corner bath lined with designer tiles.
Image 80: Corner bathtub with masonry base, this bathroom is simple, modern and elegant.
Image 81: Classic in style, this bathroom has space for a corner bath, countertops and a chaise with pillows.
Image 82: The bathtub with glass rim is modern, the niches accommodate books and accessories and the gray leaves the current environment.
Image 83: Small, this bathroom has created space for a corner bathtub, the wooden floor brings warmth to the room.
Image 84: Neutral and elegant, this room has a plaster ceiling and recessed lighting.
Image 85: Bathroom with earthy and neutral tones, this room has a corner bathtub with discreet coating.
Image 86: With simple decoration, this project bet on large wooden panels to demarcate the place of the corner bathtub.
Super fashionable, this model comes with the proposal to give a more vintage and elegant air to the environment. In different colors and sizes, the Victorian model is able to fit even very small bathrooms.
Image 87: Wall and ceilings are covered in white wood, the large mirror with a golden frame makes the atmosphere glamorous.
Picture 88: Retro and modern, the Victorian bathtub matches the black and white bathroom floor.
Image 89: The tiled half wall makes the bathroom clean and modern, the gray brings modernity to the project.
Image 90: The highlight of this bathroom is the mirror with a carved wood frame, which complements the vintage style of the project.
Image 91: In Bohol style, this bathroom favored plants and the rustic wall to create the decoration around the bathtub.
Image 92: The coating placed on fish scale leaves the environment current and modern.
Image 93: Dark green was chosen to highlight the golden metals, resulting in a sober and modern environment.
Image 94: Blue and white, this environment became delicate and very retro, highlighting the Victorian bathtub.
Image 95: Totally white, this project gained comfort with the wooden wall, note that the bench is made of antique furniture.
Image 96: With a wooden ceiling and white countertops, the bathtub was located next to the window.
The masonry bathtub is a solution for those who have qualified labor, who will know how to make and finish. Concrete and burnt cement bathtubs are on the rise, both because they are modern and because they are a cheaper possibility to make a bathtub.
Image 97: Completely in burnt concrete, this bathroom is minimalist and modern.
Image 98: Discreet and neutral, this bathroom created steps to access the bathtub placed next to the box.
Image 99: Coated with gray tiles, this bathtub is modern with its stainless steel mixer and decorative strip to the ceiling.
Image 100: With large windows, this bathroom separated the shower box from the bathtub, creating a niche with a recessed ceiling for the shower box. Another model where the masonry serves to accommodate the bathtub
Image 101: The burnt cement bathtub in the lowered level of the box made this bathroom simple and modern.
Image 102: Another example of a bathtub made of burnt concrete, which leaves the environment minimalist and up-to-date.
Image 103: The rustic stone wall and recessed ceiling highlight the granite bathtub.
Image 104: Cement bathtub with copper colored metals, the large mirror magnifies the environment.
Image 105: Simple and minimalist, this bathroom used burnt cement to make the soaking tub and a large wall that serves as a partition.
Image 106: Box, bathtub and bench made of masonry, the lowered ceiling with spots makes the environment elegant.
Image 107: This bathroom received a large central concrete bathtub, note that the rest of the decor is simple and neutral.
Image 108: Bath created in masonry with illuminated niche, the blue and white floor makes the project more cheerful.
Image 109: The masonry bathtub covered with porcelain, brought unity to the project of this bathroom.
Image 110: Super rustic, this bathroom has a burnt concrete bathroom and rough wooden beam ceiling.