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    The Kohler Sok bath tub.

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    very cool shower

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    those showers are amazing, I want one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post




    The Kohler Sok bath tub.

    I love this tub. Would never leave the bathroom.
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    You guys are way too modern. I prefer a more classic, romantic look. And I adore clawfoot tubs. Reminds me of my kickass bathroom in my former San Francisco flat. That place not only had a beautiful clawfoot tub with a shower, it had marble floors and granite sink countertops !! So awesome I used to have a picture of it, but it was on my laptop that was stolen.




    Something else I really really love in bathrooms is the use of travertine tiles. They're so pretty and classy, it feels like a spa.

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    Two of the bathrooms in our home- my parents wanted a modern look that was still very functional and clean. The shower has one of those showerheads with a large amout of water coming out overhead as well as one coming from an angle, mounted on the wall. The bathtub is built into the ground so you can just step right in. It's amazing!!





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    I found this other delightful looking tub by Kohler, The RiverBath.

    RiverBath Rectangle 1900 x 1140mm 1360W

    Based on a river's inherent powers, the water experience can invigorate or soothe 3 RiverBath whirlpool sensations - all fully adjustable to be as gentle or intense as required.
    Integral waterfall pillow
    Fully encapsulated baseboard
    Cast acrylic, fully reinforced

    Price: 6,543.00 (Including VAT at 17.5%)

    That would be a $13,000 tub. Does look awfully relaxing though...

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    ^^ Oohhh I like that!!

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    The showers and tubs are nice,but they look like they would waste a ton of water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mivvi21 View Post
    The showers and tubs are nice,but they look like they would waste a ton of water.
    Yeah but if you can afford the tub or shower, you can afford the water bill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    You guys are way too modern. I prefer a more classic, romantic look. And I adore clawfoot tubs. Reminds me of my kickass bathroom in my former San Francisco flat. That place not only had a beautiful clawfoot tub with a shower, it had marble floors and granite sink countertops !! So awesome I used to have a picture of it, but it was on my laptop that was stolen.




    Something else I really really love in bathrooms is the use of travertine tiles. They're so pretty and classy, it feels like a spa.
    This is way more my style

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