We are milling a beautiful bathtub designed by Rowi Interiors. The most difficult and sophisticated job consists in gluing the wood professionally. Various lacquer treatments give the wood a more intense color and additionally protect the wood from water,to the wood is given a soft sculptural form and modern elegance. Constructed from the finest quality woods and to exacting luxury standards.
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Soaking in a deep freestanding timber bath has long been a tradition in many cultures, and now the latest trend to use boat building techniques on bathroom fixtures allows craftsmen to make solid wood tubs that look amazing and last longer.
Wood holds the heat longer than other tub material. Unfinished wood tubs must be used regularly or kept partially filled with a bit of water to prevent them from drying out and warping or shrinking.
In western cultures, bathtubs are viewed as a tool for washing our bodies. Eastern cultures, particularly the Japanese, see bathtubs in an entirely different way: As a tool for relaxation and spiritual peace. The desire for a relaxing experience has spawned the popularity of wooden bathtubs for soaking worldwide.