A marble bathtub is a bathtub composed of marble, a metamorphic rock composed of recrystallized carbonate materials, mainly calcite or dolomite. Marble is characterized by zigzag lines, also known as "veins", that appear throughout the material. Texture is a natural quality of marble that, in addition to being visually stunning, helps to identify the overall quality of the marble itself.
Marble bathtubs come in many different styles to suit every lifestyle and home.
1. Freestanding bathtub
A freestanding bathtub that can stand "freely" on its own. This bathtub is ideal for families who can afford space, as it can be freely placed anywhere in the bathroom without being tethered to the wall. Keep in mind that marble or natural stone freestanding tubs can be heavy to install, so hire some professionals to carry them for you.
2. Corner bathtub/drop-in
Put into a tub with a scooped or recessed entrance. Corner or built-in tubs are usually tied to three adjacent walls or at least one platform. This bathtub type is ideal for smaller bathrooms as it saves space.
Marble is a material that can be customized, so if neither of the types mentioned above are suitable for your home, you have plenty of options
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