Clawfoot tubs are a classic addition to any bathroom. Traditionally made of cast iron, the appeal of a clawfoot tub comes from its historical lineage, and its versatility. They are easy to install with the right hose attachments, and will last for a very, very long time. This is why used clawfoot tubs are such a good investment. They are as good today as they were the day they were fabricated.
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Artisan Designed Restored Vintage Cast
Freestanding bathtub mounted on metal legs. It is made of acrylic and finished with floral theme. Adds freshness and elegance to any bathroom.
Excellent claw foot bathtub with a raised design and stunning intricate detailing for that beautiful look. The tub is finished in a slightly glossed white and features a beautifully curved design that should enhance comfort. Perfect for both small and large bathrooms.
Large claw foot bathtub fully restored to look as good as new. Built from high-end acrylic, the tub is designed to last for years. It comes in a beautifully glossed white finish and a striking countryside appeal that should bring impeccable décor value into your space.
LOVE the tile and paint color! If I get to redo a bathroom one day I'm definitely using this tile.
Every wondered how cool it would be to serve drinks from a bathtub filled with ice, just like in all the movies? With this piece, you’ll be able to make every party feel like a college graduation party! Very cool idea!
Well-built claw foot bathtub constructed from sturdy acrylic and finished in a super two-tone palette. The glossy white interior is perfectly matched with a dark brown exterior, giving this tub impeccable countryside appeal that should completely transform your bare bathroom.
No matter if you're renovating a pre-existing bathroom or building a new home, bathroom fixtures are a significant decision. You'll find a variety of styles for everything, including the bathtub. Therefore, for those who have an interest in installing a used clawfoot bathtub, there's no exception. Styles, features, and materials are bountiful regarding these beautiful additions to the bathroom. Not only do they help bring in vintage appeal, but they do so with unique character and style. Because it can be challenging to figure out which used clawfoot bathtub is best, we’ve put together this information for you.
In addition to it being a significant cost savings, selecting a used clawfoot bathtub brings styling options you may not be privy to otherwise. For example, classic claw foot styles can be replicated in chrome, gold, bronze, satin nickel, pewter, and black. However, there's something especially beautiful about the original claw foot featuring its flaws, age, and original designs. The same is true for tub designs. These can also be replicated but finding roll top, classic slant back, single slipper, double slipper, and double-ended used clawfoot tubs have stories to tell. For example, if they feature unique floral paint patterns on the outside, small sections of rust on the claw feet, or unusual sizes, then they’ve become must-have pieces.
Because these are freestanding style tubs, a used clawfoot bathtub has many styling possibilities. Under most circumstances, you'll see styles including a roll trim reminiscent of its classic design. The materials these tubs are made from are typically cast iron, which is the original material from which they’re made. The use of cast iron on tubs is more historically authentic in comparison to using acrylic materials. However, if damage or scratches occur on a cast iron tub, these blemishes will be permanent. With that in mind, many modern clawfoot tubs are available in acrylic.
These tubs are optimal for those who love traditional styles. Not only do they feature practical function but these tubs do so with timeless beauty. These designs are best for those who are looking to create a space conducive for lounging, as well as relaxing. Many homeowners are installing fixtures with handheld showerheads to make their bathing experiences more comfortable and convenient. Not only do these designs help add beauty to the existing fixtures but they also add form and function to the rest of the bathroom.
The average size of a used clawfoot tub is approximately five feet long. These measurements were made to fit a standard post-world War 1 bathroom in the United States. The specific measurements, on average, are 60.5 inches long by 30 inches wide and 24 inches tall. They'll typically have a 12.5-inch water depth and a 4-inch roll around the rim. Keep in mind that, because of their size and the fact that they’re made from iron, they can weigh up to 350 pounds.
Used Clawfoot Tubs
Antique countryside claw foot tub fully restored and ready for use. The tub is extra-large too and is finished in stunning white to match up to your bathroom walls. Its beautiful charming appeal makes it a great focal point for any bathroom.
Elegant claw foot bathtub fully restored and ready for your bathroom. The tub is relatively large and is made from sturdy acrylic to ensure you get the biggest bang for your buck. It’s raised design and comfortable stature is also worth mentioning.
Beautiful claw foot bathtub large enough for two people. With a slightly raised design, the tub comes with stunning two-tone finishing thanks to its dominant matte black exterior and the glossy white interior. It combines perfectly with metal hardware for outstanding class.
After scouring antique and junk stores we settled for this unique garden pond. We used a pump system purchased from a local garden center, filled it with water and a few dime store gold fish, and have enjoyed it for many years. The fish are shared with
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Nice rustic bathroom! And the tub...who could resist?
Rustic bathroom. I like the aesthetics. Reddish warm browns, creams and gold. Excellent color and texture choices. (however, I believe the books on the shelf behind the tub/shower would be RUINED.)
bath tub = backyard party cooler. Love this idea! Could also use an old washing machine tub (antique style).
Vintage Clawfoot Tub Filler
Shiny! In the right bathroom, this would be awesome. I'd want a walk-in shower, with this for delicious soaking. And big enough for the two of us, because the current clawfoot is a mite cramped.
in love with outdoor footed tubs (there's handfuls of bed and breakfasts and cottages on VRBO 'Vacation Rentals By Owner' with these in the garden)
Use that old bathtub as an ice cooler for Champagne! TPA perrier-jouet
Repurposed bath tub used to make this Chaise Lounge, I think it is stunning!
The clawfoot tub is a characteristic item of vintage design. If you want to add some sophisticated, retro vibe to your bathroom, this one shall appeal to you. Based on massive, ornamental legs, it provides solidness and style.
An interesting and ingenious outdoor bench created from ... a useless old metal bathtub with a weathered finish. It has cut out one of longer walls and same height arms and a backrest with rolled out edges. It features decorative claw style legs.
Jenna Lyon's beautiful bathroom, love the dark palette used.
truly visually enticing vintage clawfoot tub experience.
I love the idea of using unusual containers to showcase plantings . . . "Flower Garden in a Bathtub" by WeeZie | Redbubble
ol' tub in garden...great for container gardening...would also make a good pond and water fountain
This grand bathroom features a traditional claw-foot tub with beautiful views of the outdoors. More cottage bathroom ideas:
Calming Colors -The vintage style of the fixtures used in this beach-inspired bathroom gives it a classic, old-fashioned feel. The deep soaking tub features polished-nickel fixtures. A band of shimmering jewel-tone mosaic tiles adds a playful spot of colo
Functional and attractive bathroom stylization with a red and white bathtub. This interior design also includes a white toilet and metal mirrored table with lower shelves for bathroom accessories and decorations.
The Two-Week Budget Bath Remodel | Remodelista For the shower surround, we chose basic white subway tile—to me, the best choice if you're on a budget. We used Daltile Rittenhouse Square Three-by-Six Modular Wall Tile in white; $22 for 12.5 square feet
Curtain idea for kitchen (fabric Josef Frank/Svenskt Tenn)
I love an idea with lace. I just got one looking at this. Put lace over a mirror to give it more elegance
Use an old tub for flower/veggie garden!
Neutrals; also paneled ceiling
Beautiful turned leg secretary desk used in the bathroom as a freestanding sink or organizing spa supplies. Claw foot bathtub. Fresh flowers. Large window for natural lighting.
Be daring with bold hues. A tub's exterior is coated in oxide primer and painted with latex or oil paint in the same bold hue as the walls.
A stained-glass dome ceiling and clawfoot bathtub...I'd rather a tub with jets but this is still lovely
Pink clawfoot bathtub..don't need a tub, can't use a tub, but,yes please! And I do so lurve the 'mingo wallpaper!
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for our bathroom redo? would add classic black & white penny tile, nix the rug and hang drapes over window
Spectacular use of small space! Very pretty and everything within reach. With those deep window sills, this must be an older home.
opal green marble floor tile, riverstone mosaic detail on floor, tumbled 2x2 slate mosaic on floor, white glazed wall tiles,1x1 glass mosaic detail, white glazed chair rail - Saltillo Imports cabinet used as vanity - Jackdaw Antiques plywood top for abo
Vintage inspired bedroom. Love the blue tub! Remind me of Marvi's bathroom in the circle house in GA
Love all of this