Vintage Clawfoot & Freestanding Soaking Bathtubs St. Paul Minnesota

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All Soaker tubs are separated into a couple of different style classifications. Each style has something unique to offer that will appeal to individuals in different ways.


Rolled rim bathtubs are the oldest type of clawfoot bathtubs. Rolled rim bathtubs have one sloped end and one flat end. A faucet may be placed on the flat, or foot, end of the tub. The other end allows a person to sit back comfortably and unwind.


Dual-ended classic tubs are very similar in look to the rolled rim tubs. In a Dual-ended tub, both ends of the tub allow for a person to lay back and unwind as they soak. These tubs tend to be longer than the other style too. Faucets are mounted on the side of the tub on the rim in the middle of the tub. This is the main difference in the style when compared to the rolled rim bathtubs.


When it pertains to the vintage style bathtubs, the slipper clawfoot bathtub design is the most popular style. There are 2 different designs of slipper tub for you to select from. The single slipper and the double slipper. The single slipper bathtub has one end of the bathtub raised with a reclined back. This makes it possible for one to relax as they bathe and it takes any anxiety off of the back as well as neck (when compared with various other tubs which do not have a raised end). A double slipper bathtub has both finishes of the tub raised. This enables sloping at either end of the tub and also these designs have the tendency to be roomier compared to the solitary slipper tubs. Slipper tubs will certainly vary in how much the elevated or sloped bathtub wall elevates. Be sure to look at the indoor floor area to make sure that you know how much space you need to stretch out in the tub.

If your personal style screams shade, never ever are afraid, we have the different colors of bathtub you are trying to find! Nearly all our Pedestal Tubs can be painted on the exterior to match any kind of shade from Sherwin Williams, Behr, Valspar, and others. You essentially pick the color from your regional paint shop, provide us the shade code as well as we painting YOUR tub YOUR different colors. For those who have a design feeling that is a lot more sophisticated, we could supply you a Plaid Bathtub, a Zebra Striped Bathtub, Faux Copper, Copper Patina, Burnished Gold, there are many options to checklist, it may simply be far better for you to have a look at The Tub Link web site and also give us a call so we could address all your inquiries. Our technicians and artisans are on duty so make the toll complimentary call 877-7 +5 -5684 as well as ask every one of your concerns, place your order as well as wait for your bathtub to arrive in just a couple of days!.


With two elevated ends, the double slipper has more space for bathing than any other various offers. They are typically longer in length than other varieties of bathtubs and are also more comfortable than any other kind you can own.

Both acrylic and cast iron are utilized to create double slipper bathtubs. Remember that cast iron is heavier than most materials so be sure that your bathroom will be able to stand up to the weight of a bathtub made from it. Acrylic is much lighter, so it may be used to create tubs which are very spacious.

Acrylic and cast iron are the two most common materials used to create bathtubs. You may also find a double slipper tub in a pedestal design. You can find copper double slipper tubs too. The main difference is that the angle at which you recline on either end may be different than in a claw foot tub. Regardless of the style of faucet, you choose to use, it should be installed near the middle of the bathtub to one side.

Faucet Options

Bathtub faucets may be installed in the following ways:
--Bathtub Deck Mount Faucets: A deck mount faucet is mounted on the rim of the soaking tub, which is called the "deck".
--Bathtub Wall Mount Faucets: Holes are drilled into the sides of the tub, and the faucet is set up in these openings.
--Wall Mount Faucets: The faucet is mounted in the wall of your bathroom; no holes are drilled in the bathtub itself.
--Freestanding Faucets: Openings are drilled into the floor instead of the tub or bathroom wall; this kind of faucet is mounted on a stand.
All our bathtub faucets are offered with a number of different finishes: Polished Chrome, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, and Brushed Nickel. Other finishes are available upon request.

Foot Finish Options

Customize your bathtub's claw feet! Which color finish would you like the claw feet to have? Our Tubs offer Brushed Nickel, Polished Chrome, and Oil-Rubbed Bronze.
Upon request, other finishes may be available.


Dwelling in St. Paul, Minnesota is an awesome gain for you considering that you have determined to invest in a clawfoot bathtub and The Tub Connection Ships No cost to St. Paul. The moment you have selected your clawfoot tub in acrylic or cast iron and you decide to buy online or by calling one of our client services representatives, we will quickly process your purchase without delay so we can get your items shipped to you as immediately as possible. Our seasoned team will verify and double-check your objects to be sure they are fantastic in every way. 

The Tub Connection takes advantage of national freight suppliers whose top quality assistance has been established so that your clawfoot tub will be delivered on time and with superb care. Liftgate assistance is implemented to deliver our tubs and vanities curbside to your home and again, the price tag of the delivery is provided in the fees listed online in the website showroom.

One more edge you have dwelling in St. Paul, is that there is no tax on your order. Normally, products are delivered inside of two business days and will arrive at your home between 3 and 5 business days. We will give you tracking so you can be well prepared for your tubs arrival. Our client representatives will follow up with a call when delivered to verify your satisfaction with your new tub. The Tub Connection wishes to be the provider of all your luxurious lavatory things so we intend to make sure you are happy with our service before and post-sale!

Call us free of charge 877-795-5684 so we can remedy all your concerns and allow you pick a fantastic clawfoot tub to transform your bathroom.

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