A copper bathtub will look great in any bathroom. This is a fact. It can also be the centerpiece of just about any shower. If you are renovating your bathroom it is best to consider how a copper bathtub is will affect the rest of the room’s features.
For instance,copper will darken as it ages. Your richly hued tub will mix best with bright tile floors or a hearty wood floor. Copper tiles are another bathroom floor option as long as the floor is properly finished,like the bathtub,to avoid direct water exposure. A dark floor or tile floor in combination with the copper bathtub will create a rustic looking.
Most Mexican old-world copper bathtub have a rolled rim or lip without any kind of soap or storage dish. When planning the layout for your bathroom keep in mind than you may want to put a small table or stand next to the tub.
When planning how to paint your walls the options mentioned previously for the floor will work. Another option is to paint the walls a white or cream color to create contrast with the copper tub,drawing attention to the centerpiece of your bathroom. Creating walls covered in Talavera tiles or copper tiles will add to the hearty aesthetic.
When deciding how to orient your bathtub in the room it is first important to consider if there are any restrictions as far as where it will have to be placed for water to properly feed into and out of it. Then think about the best way to place your tub so that it is both comfortable to hop in and oriented to show off as much of the copper as possible. Placing your tub in the open will not only show it off,it will also make it easier to clean.
Once the floor wall and tub are all in place,the next thing to consider is what kind of sink you want and where to put it!