By Poppy Russell. Bathroom. Published at Wednesday, August 08th, 2018 - 01:56:24 AM.
In case you've got a preference for vintage-inspired items, the collection we're featuring today is guaranteed to impress you. This is a contemporary and trendy spin on the iconic Bateau-style bathroom , which will add classic chic yet with a contemporary twist into your space.
First popularized in the 19th century, Bateau ("boat" in French) bathtubs were famous for its attribute rolled top, which evokes the bow of a ship. Along with the cast iron material performed better compared to preceding bathtubs made from nickel and copper, particularly in relation to heat retention.
Drummonds Tweed Tub synthesizes the top qualities of antique cast iron baths to a diminutive profile--perfect for smaller spaces. Tweed exemplifies the attractiveness of bateau: a classic bath with a versatile decorative, it's also ultra-comfortable for extended, luxurious soaks. Like most of Drummonds cast-iron baths, Tweed features a dry-fit vitreous enamel that is fused using all the cast iron for durability.
Numerous finishes are available, such as raw iron, polished iron, a primed exterior that is prepared for paint, and a spray painted gloss or matte outside in solid colours or patterned designs.
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