This lovely limited edition creation of Wieki Somers makes me wanna set sail in a tub of bubbles. So, is it a tub or a boat?
If you've never checked out our Ask a Question forum, now's the time to start. It's a perfect place to ask for help with home improvement and decor questions, and you can help others out by offering your own expert (or amateur) advice.
I thought I'd highlight some of the more interesting recent questions from the forum today (please add your answers or suggestions if you have any):xox_nicole: How can I make a clawfoot tub into a couch?
I have always wanted a clawfoot tub, a la Breakfast at Tiffany's, but I've never been able to find anyone who has actually turned their clawfoot tub into a couch. I've done a little research and found out that you're supposed to use a cut-off saw with a fiberous cutting blade, rather than a circular saw, to cut cast iron. Anyone done this before, or have any helpful tips about cutting cast iron tubs?
Creative Department started with a rusty old tub that had been sitting out on a neighbor's porch. They gave it the squeak treatment and turned it into an illuminated table, which they call a "tubble".
Shapely yet minimal in appearance, Neptune’s 'Wind' corner tub that can be equipped with whirlpool capacity. Although perfect for small spaces, at 60" x 36" x 20" is still incredibly roomy and, starting at $1200, it’s not crazy expensive either. Via.
flavourdesign chops antique claw-footed cast iron tubs in two and makes love seats out of them. Now, I think these are clever and darling, really I do, but.....I think I’d rather have the tub intact. Each piece, which they call Savon, starts at $3500 and includes an upholstered cushion in ‘sensuede’ and matching down pillows but no Mr. Bubble.
Valentine’s Day requires a cherry on top of recent reviews of outrageous romantic furnishings. But what could top a red heart-shaped bed and whirlpool? Why, a seven foot tall champagne bathtub, of course.
Hours were spent cruising the internet, trying to find manufacturers of said stemmed vessels, but luck was not on this blogger’s side. An email was composed and shot off to the mecca of such kitsch: Caesar’s Pocono Resorts. The very accommodating...