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Bathroom at Kips Bay Decorator Show House

This dreamy “bubble bath” was created by Coffinier Ku Designs for the 2010 Kips Bay Decorator Show House in New York City. The hand-blown glass bubbles render the clawfoot tub less-than-useful. Still, it inspires in me longings to luxuriate in a bubbly bath of my own.

How about you?


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6 Responses

  1. LuxuriousLife says:

    It looks beautiful. It would be a nice addition to a tub that doesn't get used in a guest bath.

  2. pixelecho69 says:

    just by looking at the picture it feels so relaxing.

  3. [...] We never use the bathtub in on the main floor of the house, but I still doubt Brandon would let me do this. [...]

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  5. Sue says:

    Aw c'mon. You can do better than that! Make the bloody tub USEFUL by putting the bubbles in layers in the fore-view of the tub, and around it, and not inside it! Sheesh! You could even "curtain" them or put them on a rod so that they can be pulled back when the tub is used. Lovely pic with a disappointing design behind it.

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