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Welcome to The Tub Studio

Our aim at The Tub Studio is to offer new designs on freestanding CoreAcryl acrylic bathtubs to our discerning buyers. We love the old designs but we felt that we could revitalize them a little and still retain the original charm and authenticity these beautiful old tub shapes and styles have to offer.

Our design team produced new tub shapes, new foot styles and new pedestal styles and our engineering team was responsible for ensuring that the build quality of our bathtubs is second to none.

Our creative team then coupled these fabulous new tubs with beautiful faucets from Penhaglion to give our customers food for thought while they contemplate their own stimulating, restful and luxurious new bathroom retreat.

Any of our tub packages can be carefully tailored to suit our clients color scheme and individual concepts. If you don't see what you want in our current line-up, just let us know what you are looking for and we will do our best to create your dream.

Bathtubs are large purchases online and for your peace of mind, we offer a full money back return on everything we sell. If what we ship isn't what you expected or wanted, we'll bring it back and issue a full refund. Please view our return policy for full details. Thank you for shopping at The Tub Studio.

'GILLA' 54" & 58" CoreAcryl WHITE Acrylic Swedish Slipper Clawfoot Tub Package
Price: $2,175.00
'GILLA' CoreAcryl WHITE Acrylic Clawfoot Tub
'GILLA' 54" & 58" CoreAcryl WHITE Acrylic Swedish Slipper Clawfoot Bathtub Package

What's New at The Tub Studio

Featured Blog Article

Cast Iron vs Acrylic
November 29, 2016

During the time I've spent in this industry, I think I've heard everything anyone has to say about the merits of cast iron or acrylic tubs; you can get an opinion about it from almost anybody that's dealt with them, and it's important to keep quality in mind if you want to draw valid comparisons. Naturally the user experience of a low quality acrylic tub won't compare to a high quality cast iron tub; we only sell the highest quality in acrylic tubs and when you compare quality for quality, I think many of the differences between the two amount to personal preference. There's no doubt that an acrylic tub is much easier to install and handle because it's much lighter, but some people just prefer the "feel" of the iron. We get into more depth about the issue in our newest article, Cast Iron vs Acrylic Clawfoot Tubs.

You can find the article at this link.

Will, Product Design