In the past stone baths have been something that only extremely wealthy people can afford to have in their bathroom. They still have that luxury look but now most people can afford to buy a stone bath in their bathroom.
This bathroom has a more traditional finish with natural colors. It's got mocha tiles on the walls and ivory tiles on the floor which is good for a larger bathroom. For a smaller bathroom so many dark tiles might be a problem. This bathroom looks like it's probably designed for an ensuite or adults only because there is an open vanity and this not altogether practical if it's a family bathroom and you want a lot of storage where you're not able to see everything.
A bath similar to the stone bath shown in the image can be found here. It is called the Pacific Stone Freestanding bath. What they have done in this room is they've selected round fittings to go with the egg shaped bath. They have a beautiful round vessel basin and a gooseneck mixer over the top of it. They've also got a matching gooseneck style freestanding bath spout and a simple shower on rail.
- Freestanding Bath Spout $669
- Pacific Stone Freestanding Bath $1619
- ISA Alice Shower on Serena Retro Rail $194
- National Tiles Stratos Mocca External $53.95m2
- National Tiles Alpine Ivory 600x600mm $46.95m2
- Huss Bath/Shower Mixer with Small Back Plate $42
- Privia Above Counter Basin $89
- Huss Gooseneck Basin Mixer $84
- Sheridan Luxury Retreat Towels, Queen $59.95
- Tranquillity Premium Round Heated Towel Ladder, 1500mm x 700mm $989