Bathroom Ideas: 12 Tubs with Amazing Views

In an effort to fulfill your cravings for more interior design, we’ll be bringing you themed round ups of amazing spaces, culled from the portfolios of different designers. As the weather turns crisp (in our part of the world at least), we dream longingly of long, hot soaks in luxurious tubs that overlook the most fantastic landscapes, be it fields, mountains, forests, or oceans. Which is most appealing to you?

We spotted this blissful slice of life above on Desire to Inspire from an Australian real estate listing. Sometimes real estate stalking pays off. We’re thinking of moving to Australia.

This tub from Beyond Bath by Claudia Danelon is made of a composite called Pietraluce in a glossy black, which is similar in appearance and weight to ceramic. It’s almost as beautiful as the woodsy scene its set against.

This minimalist tub is in Casa Luz, a perfect contemporary home in Guatemala city designed by local firm Paz Arquitectura.

The interiors of Hotel Distrito Capital in Mexico City were designed by French architect Joseph Dirand. Now that’s the way to enjoy an urban landscape.

The idyllic pastoral view is reflected back in the simple bathroom interior, photographed by Swedish photographer Daniel Hertzell.

Florida-based photographer Moris Moreno captures the pure white light of this seascape as it seeps into this modern bathroom.

A slice of desert landscape stands tall in front of the tub in a Mesa View suite at the Amangiri resort in Canyon Point,Utah.

Johannesburg-based architecture firm GASS Architecture Design Studio created a crisp and clean bath from which to observe the mountains and valleys of Langeberg Mountains in South Africa.

Stephen Sills and James Huniford designed this penthouse master bath with circular tub and city view that appeared in Architectural Digest.

The Standard Hotel knows what it takes to keep visitors indoors in New York City.

A contemporary tub in front of strong metal windows was conceived by San Francisco-based architecture firm Lundberg Design.

The anthropomorphic shape of the tub provides contrast to the Mondrian-like windows of this contemporary home designed by Robert Gurney Architecture with interiors by Baron Gurney. Photo by Maxwell MacKenzie.

Are you ready to remodel to retrofit a tub? Or perhaps you just feel like daydreaming. Click over to StyleCarrot’s 50 Tubs with a View to soak up more inspiration.

Marni Elyse Katz is a Contributing Editor at Design Milk. She lives in Boston where she contributes regularly to local publications and writes her own interior design blog, StyleCarrot.