Usually when I look at floor plans or fixtures online, I picture them larger in my head then they actually end up being in real life. Even when I opened the box for the tub I expected it to be something I could prop my back against at one end and my feet up on the other end. Instead, my trial run convinced me that I may need to go buy a pair of swim fins before we get this baby hooked up.
Also? Can’t. Wait.
LOL! That baby is huge. I have to stretch my toes to be able to lay back comfortably – one one foot it’s a drag, on the other one a good drag to have!
I’m trying to figure out if I see MM’s mug in the reflection 🙂
I had to look too, but it can’t be him, I take almost all my self-portraits with a tripod and remote! (It usually takes about 20 images to get a good one, dude doesn’t have enough patience for that.)
you so tiny!
My boss walked in as I was reading this. “That’s a big tub.” was his exact comment (then he walked back out). And I would have to agree. It’s awesome.
That’s awesome, mind sharing some info on it?
Sure Brian, its a 72″ Kohler Escale tub (this one has the Bubble Massage feature).
oooo, we were looking at that one…. that’s a lot bigger than I thought it was!
I really like the lines of it, but I think it’s also a lot deeper than I expected. It seems like on a normal tub you can rest your elbows on the edge. Then again, I’m 5’3″ (on a good day) and used to my tiny clawfoot tub in the old place.
We should have this in in a couple of weeks if you want to see it “in place” before you make any big decisions!
I want your tub!!! That is my one regret about our current house, although when we were remodeling I didn’t think I’d want one at all. We have 2 little tiny tubs in other bathrooms but nothing that you’d really want to take a bubble bath in. I will remember this one for next time! Enjoy. 🙂
Eeekk! Love it! We were considering the Escale but I think we’ve decided on the Underscore because we like the more angular lines. Did you get the freestanding or drop-in one? You’re going to have to write a full review on the bubble massage.
This is the drop in. One thing I didn’t love about my clawfoot tub was cleaning around it. It was impossible to get into those corners. I really do like the look of the freestanding version though… and I hope to be giving you a full review as soon as humanly possible!
Oh my word. That looks AMAZING. And really clean. 85 year old tubs just don’t get to that level of clean.
how tall are you? (not being funny or anything) Either you are a tiny thing or that tub is ginormous! good luck with the remodeling. I’m stuck in my own and it’s a love/hate deal. i love doing it but somedays….
Oooooo…I really love that tub! Must go measure my bathroom! 🙂