Habitus Loves… Baths

There's nothing more relaxing than slipping into a beautiful bath, and we design hunters know that there's more to a bath than just the water. Here are 8 of our favourites

18 Nov 2010

 

Ellipso Duo

 



Designed by: 

 Phoenix Design

Why we love it: There’s something about the size of this freestanding bath that scream opulence – as a good bath should – and it looks amazing in black. Now for the chandelier.

Where you can get it:

Bathe

Emily

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Designed by: 

Dado

Why we love it: This isn’t a huge bath, but it is perfectly proportioned and offers a freestanding option for those with limited space. It’s also a deep bath which means big volume.

Where you can get it:

Dado

Scoop

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Designed by: 

 Michael Schmidt for Falper

Why we love it: One word, ‘unique’. The wonderful scoop form of this bath just makes you want to slide on in and while away the hours – and in some awesome colours too.

Where you can get it:

Rogerseller

Latis Bath

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Designed by: 


Omvivo

Why we love it: The amazing combination of timber (storage cabinet) and white bath is beautiful and the angular aesthetic unusual for baths, but seriously striking.

Where you can get it:

Coming soon to Omvivo

Agape Ottocento

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Designed by: 

 Benedini Associati

Why we love it: The traditional claw-foot bath re-imagined. We adore the rounded lip of this bath and the curves against the straight legs.

Where you can get it:

Artedomus

Acanthus Bath

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Designed by: Dado

Why we love it: This low-profile solid bath has real presence. Large, certain, perfect.

Where you can get it:


Dado

Cinque

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Designed by: 

AQVA

Why we love it:
We’re used to the average bath; long, sometimes rectangular, sometimes
oval, but generally pretty standard. Well the Cinque throws all that out
the window with its organic flower-like shape. Definitely made for two!

Where you can get it:

AQVA

Agape inout

Designed by: 

 Benedini Associati

Why we love it: This round beauty looks good enough to share. It’s fine aesthetic and shape are like a china bowl – elegance.

Where you can get it:

Artedomus