Spa Tubs: Dream Bathtubs Integrated In Nature


This photo is a dream. Who would not want to have a bath tub like this, located in front of a window with these views. And during the bath, relax watching as the wind moves the tops of the trees. Dreaming does not cost money, and perhaps some of the spa tubs that I will show below inspire you or at least will make you dream.

bathtub embedded in low on a wooden platform

We will play to the illusion that you are swimming in the countryside in this corner and hung in the air and has been using a frameless glass. The designer or architect responsible for this “corner” has made the most juice to space its disposal. A bathtubs embedded in low on a wooden platform, the ledge that crosses fashioned from a trunk where naturally support each candles, the sound of the water pipe. I’m sure, although the picture is not apparent, there are some cooler longer close to bath time and for that, I imagine an audio installation with music to match the circumstances would be very pleasant. This corner belongs to resort Song Saa, located on a private island in Cambodia.

free-standing bathtub copper finish right in front of a balcony that opens to a waterscape

This arrangement also leaves me cold, a free-standing bathtubs copper finish right in front of a balcony that opens to a waterscape. This is a true “outdoor bath”, a distinctly African style by its naturalness both simple and refined.

audio installation with music to match the circumstances would be very pleasant

And finally, very zen bathroom, flanked by large windows and beautiful views. Nature in this case became urban landscape that can also be very relaxing and inspiring seen from above. It’s the kind of design that could be seamlessly integrated into a spacious bedroom decorative styles you are looking to integrate a bath area within your bedroom. Finished with natural stone combined with more rustic wood accents and an understated palette of beiges and blacks.

play to the illusion that you are swimming in the countryside in this corner

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