We’ve rounded up the best corner bathtubs. Some are modern, and some have a more classical style, but they all have one thing in common: They help make the most of bathroom space while still giving plenty of room to relax and unwind from the day.
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What’s better than taking a bath in a corner bathtub? Taking a bath in a corner tub that has a skylight right above it. Pair that with a floating sink, a modern toilet and an angled mirror and you’ve got a bathroom dreams are made of.
Love to sit with a glass of wine and a plate of chocolate when you’re in the tub? This corner bathtub has room for all of that — and maybe even some candles – thanks to the generous ledge around it.
There’s something very regal about this corner bathtub. Maybe it’s the stairs leading to it, or maybe it’s the whole bathroom decor. Regardless, this whole bathroom setup will make you feel like royalty.
The combination of the white porcelain with the black marble around it gives this corner bathtub a sophisticated feel. The jack-and-jill sinks with matching marble really help pull together the look in this striking bathroom.
It’s modern-meets-traditional in this bathroom. The corner bathtub has a modern feel with the angles and minimalist faucet, while the wallpaper and other fixtures lend toward the traditional.
There is no one-size-fits-all for corner bathtubs. Case in point: This angular tub can probably fit two people with ease.
This rustic bathroom features an old-style corner bathtub that only looks like it’s in the back corner of the room. In reality, the wall behind it cleverly conceals a stand-up shower.
Another clever way to offset a corner bathtub: add sinks on opposite sides, like in this bathroom. The tub also features enough side space for all your bath time essentials.
The corner bathtub in this bright bathroom is almost — almost! — concealed, thanks to the design that blends in with the floor tiles. The addition of dark wood in the fixtures adds some much-needed contrast, too.
The corner bathtub in this marble-and-glass adorned bathroom is definitely a more modern, minimalist take on tubs, but it fits in with the bright design.
We get definite spa vibes with this bathroom that features modern sinks and cabinets, along with a corner bathtub nestled in between the shower and sinks.
The side-by-side design of this corner bathtub and shower helps maximize the amount of space without having to have a two-in-one shower and tub combination. The dark wood on the cabinets — along with the dark marble — adds a striking touch to the lighter tiles.
You might think you’re seeing double with this corner bathtub, but you’re not. This corner tub is similar to another tub featured above, but the decor and color combinations make it look truly original.
A corner bathtub often allows you to add a personal spin on your bathroom design, thanks to all the extra room it provides. Case in point: This modern bathroom is definitely decorated to the nines with all the extra space.
Who says you have to live near the ocean to have a beachy vibe? This corner tub — and accompanying decorations — brings the ocean right to you.
The monochromatic design of this bathroom is breathtaking – and the step that leads into the corner tub makes it easier to get in and out.
Sleek and stylish are the words that come to mind with this bathroom that features smoothing solid colors and a corner bathtub. The patterned stool adds just the perfect amount of extra oomph to the whole space.
This corner bathtub might not be the most private of spaces, thanks to the door right beside it, but it’s definitely a new take on bathroom design.
Adding an extra wall around this corner bathtub creates a little more privacy around the toilet without having to add a door.
This bathroom has the monochromatic style that’s so popular these days, along with a jacuzzi-style corner bathtub that allows for maximum relaxation.
While most corner bathtubs are closed off from the shower, this style isn’t. the modern tiling goes seamlessly from tub to shower, too.
This corner bathtub style is perfect for tight spaces, like in this monochrome bathroom that features plenty of modern fixtures in white and gray colors.
The jack-and-jill sinks and the all-glass shower flank the striking corner bathtub on each side. Bonus: The window above the tub gives an extra view while soaking in the bath.
The under light adds an eye-catching touch to this unique corner bathtub design. The wood-panel siding is also pretty unique for a tub.
What’s better than a corner bathtub? A corner bathtub with a gorgeous view of the coastline. The marble walls and gold fixtures add to the beauty in this one-of-a-kind space.
You know a soothing soak is going to happen in this modern corner bathtub. The modern fixtures — along with a gorgeous view — add to the peacefulness in this bathroom.
This corner bathtub gives off some real disco-ball vibes, courtesy of the metallic tiles that surround it.
Blue and green are known to be soothing colors — and the tile on this corner bathtub and shower gives off plenty of relaxing vibes. It’s like being in a spa in your own home.
There’s no shortage of lighting in this bathroom. The chandelier above the corner bathtub adds to the elegance in this beautiful space.
It can be tricky to mix and match patterns, but this bathroom — with the wood-patterned corner bathtub — does it with style.
This unique corner bathtub on a pedestal is just one feature in this thoroughly interesting bathroom design.
The corner bathtub in this room allows for plenty of extra cabinet space for toiletries and other bathroom essentials.
The side edge of this corner bathtub is cleverly turned into a ledge for the all-glass shower on the opposite side.
The corner bathtub — and the entire bathroom — looks a lot like the bathhouse in Ancient Rome, adding some sophistication — and some serious style — to the whole room.
It’s like this corner bathtub was made specifically for this space. The square design fits seamlessly with the all-glass shower beside it to help maximize the space in a smaller bathroom.
Who says you can’t take a bath and watch TV? This bright, modern bathroom includes a corner tube that’s decked out with a beautiful picture window — and a television set mounted at the perfect angle.
Blink and you’ll miss the corner bathtub in this room. The all-wood decor is definitely what grabs your eye here, but the corner bathtub is the true treat.
The gold faucets added to this corner bathtub — and the sinks — give it more traditional vibe, while the modern shower and tiles add a more modern flair.
Even an old clawfoot tub can be turned into a corner bathtub with a few adjustments. The whole bathroom gives off a colonial vibe that’s perfect for those who love a more vintage feel.
Bathrooms don’t have to be fancy in order to have a corner bathtub. This simple setup helps make the most of the space while giving the whole room a more elegant vibe than a traditional tub setup.
The tile siding on this corner bathtub helps it fit seamlessly into the rest of the modern bathroom.
The clever creators behind this bathroom design managed to make both the corner bathtub and shower look like one seamless creation. Perfect for maximizing space in cramped rooms.