Friday, January 14, 2011

Bath Time

Today is cold. Yesterday was cold. Tomorrow is going to be cold. I don't mind the cold. Frank hates the cold. We thought we were living in Florida for a reason, obviously the weather is not it. It's just plain cold and if it is going to be this cold there should be snow on the ground. According to a report I saw on the news yesterday -- 49 of the 50 states currently have snow on the ground, Florida being the only one not having it.

Not much planned for the weekend. Frankie's 28th birthday is tomorrow and we will do a little cake and all for him.

Johnny and brother Peanut have gone hunting for the afternoon. Just hope they behave themselves.

Today's post is titled Bath Time because I would like to share with you some of the most amazing styles of bathtubs I have found.

An overflow bathtub in a natural surrounding. (obviously not built for the larger adult)


Refined design, with great internal livability, distinguished for its contrasting materials and the futuristic purity of its lines. (HUH!)

Modern bathtub designed by Norman Foster. (looks like a sink to me)


Au Naturale


A highly unusual material from which to construct a bath – glass gives a clean, minimalist look to the design. (no secrets here)


Jaw-dropping Sorgente bathtubs straddle the line between extravagant cleanliness and modern art.


This illuminated, self standing, polyethylene bathtub is sure to add drama to your bathroom (nothing like highlighting all of your flaws)


Inspired by the beauty of marine woods, dedicated yacht makers create glamorous wooden bathtubs that shine like jewels


Mussel Shell Bathtub
this is my favorite of the bunch)

Well I hope you have enjoyed this little tour of the different tubs now available. Obviously most of these are designed as art.

Until tomorrow....

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