A fast track way to elevate any bathroom space is the addition of a freestanding bath. In this edit, we’ve selected nine sculptural places to soak.

A bathroom where the tub is the hero of the space; is an easy feat when the tub stands on its own. From an Art Deco-style tub from Norm Architects to a teardrop-shaped tub from Gareth Ashton, we see how designers explore a modern take on the traditional freestanding bath.

This feature originally appeared in est magazine issue #42

Balthazar Stone Bath Abey

The Gareth Ashton Balthazar Stone bath brings an air of glamour and luxury to the bathroom with its metallic exterior.

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The Kreoo Venice bathtub draws inspiration from the city of Venice; its long narrow shape recalls the famous gondola boats, while its veined marble symbolises the irregular network of the canals.

Orbit Bath Rogerseller

The handcrafted Claybrook Orbit bath is designed to create an immersive home spa feel available in many stone finishes. 

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The Water Monopoly Rockwell bath is a modern take on an antique bath, making it a worthy addition to either a contemporary or traditional bathroom.

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As the name suggests, Gareth Ashton’s Barwon ClearStone Tear Drop bath takes the shape of a soft teardrop. Its manufactured using clay and gibbsite minerals, owing to a lightweight, streamlined design.

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