will a freestanding tub work in 67" space?

mellyc123April 6, 2014

I am renovating a bath and would like to get a freestanding tub. The space for the tub is 67" x 40".

What is the max length I should try to put in this space?
I could put the faucet in the middle or even in the wall to save some room.

Here is an example of what I like. It is to expensive and to long but really nice.

Thank you

Here is a link that might be useful: RH pedestal soaking tub

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Depends on the layout of the room and how the tub fits into it -- is this an alcove/niche where it fits or out in an open floorplan.

I think a 60' pedestal tub wouldn't be a problem since you'd have ~3 inches on the each side of the length and ~10 inches on the width. Below is a quick example of the first one I found, plus it's a nice chunk of change cheaper than that RH one.

I have a 66' antique clawfoot tub and have my filler wall mounted inside the tub so you lose a few inches of useable space around those and it still fills MASSIVE sitting in it. I don't think a 60' freestanding tub would feel undersized by any means and might actually feel like a better fit than my 66' :)

Here is a link that might be useful: Signature Hardware Pedestal Tub

    Bookmark   April 7, 2014 at 8:24AM
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That looks great.
Thank you so much.

    Bookmark   April 7, 2014 at 10:18AM
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