Cheap vs. Steep: Bathtubs

With options ranging in price from cheap to steep, there's a perfect bathtub for every bathroom remodeling budget.

Photo By: Copyright 2006 David Young-Wolff

Photo By: Copyright 2006 David Young-Wolff

Photo By: Barry Goyette

Cheap: Bathtub/Shower Combination

Installing a tub and shower combo will help you save both money and space in your bathroom. Image courtesy of Kohler Co.

Cheap: Updated Bathtub

Rather than installing a new tub, you can save money by refreshing your existing tub with new tile. Design by Eric Islas

Mid-Range: Deep Soaker Tub

Smaller yet deeper than the standard bathtub, soaker tubs provide a relaxing, spa-like retreat in your bathroom. Image courtesy of Toto USA

Mid-Range: Corner Soaker Tub

Enjoy the spa-like benefits of a soaker tub while also saving space in your bathroom by installing a corner soaker tub. Design by Eric Islas

Steep: Freestanding Metal Tub

A freestanding tub in copper or another metal makes a beautiful and luxurious focal point for a bathroom. Image courtesy of Native Trails

Steep: Jetted Island Tub

A pricey upgrade from your basic bathtub, a jetted island tub transforms a bathroom into a spa-like retreat. Air jets emit warmth and bubbles for a relaxing experience. Image courtesy of Novellini Design

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