Tub decision big(ger), small, or claw foot? help needed!
We have gutted out the bathroom in our beach house;
It is a narrow-ish space, the only bathroom in our 1940-50's built house. The dimensions of the bath are around 74 inches wide, 10 foot 6 inches long.
Our plan is to put a tub/shower on the far wall , under the window.
The tub that was installed is a very large vintage tub- about 67 inches long, 32 inches wide. It is in decent condition,
We could also go with a smaller vintage tub here is one that is available, it is just under 4 foot long- we could have room on one end for built in cabinets or shelves similar to the picture.
Or we could do a clawfoot tub with a shower curtain hoop. This would be easier tham having an integrated window in the shower tub area- but I don't care much for shower curtains touching me.
But it is just a vacation home for now, so not a huge deal.
I've also attached a picture of our vanity so you can see what style I'm going.
Hubby wants just a shower, but I feel like we should have a tub too, since it's the only bath and we may not keep it forever- or perhaps we will keep it forever and have grandkids :)