Designer- Seth Rolland, US
Build from over 200 pieces of sustainably harvested sapele wood, this boat-shaped wooden bathtub is comfortable, warm and deep. A beautiful vessel that will take you across smooth seas. Named for the water I look at from my home, the Salish Sea is the name for the inland sea that includes Puget Sound, the Strait of Georgia and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Sealed with many layers of epoxy, an invisible layer of fiberglass reinforcing and 6 coats of varnish, the wood bathtub will stay dry and beautiful. The custom bathtub shown has a second internal rim with an overflow drain that goes between the walls of the tub to the bottom. Alternately the bathtub could be built without this inner wall and instead have a sculpted spout that leads over the low point of the back side to a floor drain.
This would allow for thinner walls and a lighter appearance. The faucet can be floor or wall mounted. This custom wood bathtub is handmade one at a time to perfectly suit you and your bathroom.
The product was published in January 2017 issue of SURFACES REPORTER
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