Saturday, March 31, 2012

Guest Blog: Totally Terrific Stand Alone Tubs with Joanna of Design Shuffle

Hi readers! Sorry I have been on such a long hiatus from my blog. With a recent job relocation from the East Coast across the country to the hilly city by The Bay, San Francisco, I have been one extremely busy woman! Anyway, when Kristen Crosby of Design Shuffle contacted me a few months back about doing a guest blog for Urban Sprinkle, I welcomed the opportunity. Design Shuffle is an awesome interior design website and blog, providing a platform for design professionals to market their portfolios and to interact with others on all things interior design. Here is Joanna's post, created especially for Urban Sprinkle on stand alone tubs, something which we all love:


Hi! I’m Joanna, a writer for Design Shuffle, the best spot on the web for interior designers to share their work and design enthusiasts to gather lots of home decorating ideas. Today, like all of my other days, I’ve spent my morning gathering some of the most appealing images of interior designs from the web. The fun part is sharing them with readers like you. Thanks a bunch to Urban Sprinkle for letting me share.

A nice, hot bath in a lovely bathroom is a wonderful experience, especially in a pretty stand alone tub. With a few bubbles, some scented soap and candles added, you've got a perfect bathing experience. Today, I’m sharing with you some of my favorite tubs in a rainbow of colors. Which do you like best?

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                       This colorful claw foot tub looks very Zen in a turquoise and crisp white setting. The silver feet
                       are a nice touch.

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                             I don’t know about you, but I would love soaking in a pink and white tub full of bubbles.

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This sophisticated clawfoot in black is perfect for a masculine bathing experience. Love the little mantel above the alcove.

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Oh my! What’s not to love about this bathroom/dressing room combination? With so many decorating ideas, it's hard to choose a favorite, but that cowhide does look lovely with the white tub.

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    How romantic this red tub feels in a Chinoiserie space. The chunky feet are so cute in this bathroom design.

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 A hot pink tub adds lots of color in this pale blue and white bath. The shower curtains offer the bather     
 privacy.

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This ethereal bathroom is romantic and feminine. I love the tub in the middle of the room. This room conjures all kinds of interior design ideas.

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A light filled bathroom is a lovely spot for bathing in a cream cast iron tub. The feet on this one are a sophisticated alternative to the traditional claw foot. Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8

Do you like stand alone tubs or do you prefer showers? Don't forget to check out Design Shuffle to find great inspiration from Boston interior designers, San Francisco interior designers and many others!

Thanks again to Joanna at Design Shuffle for this fantastic post on stand alone tubs!

3 comments:

  1. I definitely prefer stand alone tubs over showers. They always look so elegant. The black clawfoot tub from your post is my favorite!

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  2. You are so sweet! Would you like to follow each others blog on GFC? XoXo

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    1. Yeah, I love your blog and just started following it. I want that sequins skirt from your April 5th post!

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