A bathroom remodel with clawfoot tub can be one of the most satisfying home improvements you ever make. The tub itself is a classic, but it’s also timeless and beautiful.
Moreover, it’s versatile: You can install it in any room that has enough space for it, so you can use it as an accent piece or even as your main bathtub.
And while there are plenty of ways to incorporate this style into your design scheme, here are some ideas to get started with:
A bathroom remodel with clawfoot tub will look great in your home.
Before you begin, make sure you have all the necessary tools to complete the job.
This includes a screwdriver and power drill with bits, as well as paint brushes, drop cloths and other painting supplies such as primer, sandpaper and filler.
Next up: choose your fixtures. The most common choice for a clawfoot tub is an all-in-one shower head that allows for both overhead and body spray capabilities (this will be discussed further in another section).
However, if you prefer two separate heads—one overhead and one handheld—you can install them yourself using an extension arm kit that comes with simple instructions on how to attach them together seamlessly with no visible screws or bolts showing through the walls of your shower area when it’s done!
Once those decisions are made, decide on color scheme by choosing between various shades of white or off-white; blue tones like aqua or teal; green hues like sage green or forest green; yellow hues like buttercup yellow or lemon yellow; orange tones such as tangerine orange or carrot orange; brown hues such as chocolate browns & walnut browns (these also come in red tones too).
I hope this article has given you some ideas for what you can do with a clawfoot tub in your bathroom. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below!