10 Bathtubs That Look AMAZING For Small Spaces

A limited space can no longer keep you from enjoying a cozy bath at home. Here are ten bathtub designs that can fit right into small spaces.

Minimalist Bathtub With Pullout Storage

hightub with drawers underneath minimalistic

The organic-styled bathroom perfectly showcases a clever way to have a bathtub in a tiny space: have drawers underneath to save room!

As a bonus, the wooden piece attached to the end would be a great place to keep your drink while you enjoy your bath.

The design is both aesthetically pleasing and functional. I love how it all fits into the wooden theme to create a zen ambiance.

The best part is that you can do this with different designs and you’ll always have a great and efficient outcome.

I would personally add a quirky handle on the drawers to get a bit more stylish with it.

Space-saving Bathtub With Wheels

tiny bathroom with a bathtub on wheels

This tiny tub won’t take up all of the corners of your bathroom with its neat bowl-like shape.

One of its unique features is its wheels, which allow you to move the tub around to a space where it could fit best.

You can also store small to medium items in cute containers in the negative spaces of the tub, like in the picture. I suggest adding a plant or two around the tub to keep the bath lively.

It’s a fun way to enjoy a bath from anywhere in your home!

Bathtub With Built-in Wall Storage

bathtub with storagein a tiny bathroom cozy minimalistic

This Japanese-inspired bathroom has a sturdy wooden shelf right at the head of the tub for space-saving and organization.

I love how the angle of the window is just perfect and anything you need is just within reach.

The wooden frame of the tub also goes really well with the storage, making for a visually appealing feature.

The shelves are built into the wall, so it doesn’t take up any additional space!

You could really enjoy the mornings here with this lighting, by reading a good book or having a warm cup of coffee.

 Minimalist Mini Bathtub

bathtub with a side storage shelf

The all-white tub with one wooden accent with shelves really makes an impact, while blending in seamlessly with the wall and floor.

The simple design can help you relax without too many distractions.

Once you’re in the bath, you won’t have to look at your toiletries on display because they’ll be hidden in plain sight.

You could also easily add pops of color and decor that are more your style. Might I recommend a few paintings or wall art, even a couple of candles to liven up the space!

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Bathtub With All-around Storage

storage shelves for bathroom essentials around the bathtub

This white bathtub with shelves carved out on each side really saves a ton of space in the bathroom.

The slanted dividers on the shelves make the tub look quite modern while making sure all your stuff is well-kept and within reach.

The design optimizes the space to the max. You won’t need to install additional storage that might take up more room.

In my experience, adding a colorful rug would make getting into and out of the bath a more cozy endeavor.

Bathtub With Wooden Side Shelves

bathtub with book shelves INSTAGRAM @canopyandstars

An oval tub with wooden shelves outlining it is definitely one for the books in a space-saving interior.

The stone accent compliments the wood and green wall so well, utilizing a lot of natural elements.  It’s like you’re in a cozy cabin far from the city.

I love how everything is so relaxing and nature-oriented. I would add a couple more plants to keep with the theme and some scented candles to mimic a fireplace.

You could read a book and enjoy a glass of wine while feeling like you’re in a resthouse in the forest.

 Tiny Bathtub With Foldout Compartments

bathtub with pull-down storage design for storing shampoos INSTAGRAM @powerpillarltd

The all-white bathroom smartly incorporates storage pace without being too flashy with these foldout compartments around the bathtub’s frame.

Once you get what you need, simply close the extended storage and the bathtub will go back to looking normal.

I love how you don’t even have to get out of the bath if you need to retrieve an item, just reach for the sides and close the compartment after.

The design is perfect for minimalists who want everything to be accessible while still hidden away. 

Have the most solemn quiet time in a space like this. I also recommend playing relaxing music if you want a bit of sound.

A Two In One Bath

bathtub fitted into the corner INSTAGRAM @abc.cabinetsdesign

This sleek bathtub is paired with a showerhead to keep all your bathing needs in one spot. It even has a small window carved into the wall to keep your toiletries at bay.

This clever pairing can help anyone optimize a small bathroom to accommodate both a tub and a shower.

Having a toilet beside the shower area might interfere with your bathing experience, so adding a curtain or divider could help separate the activities.

Otherwise, I love how everything is kept in one area of the bathroom to maximize space.

Have an ultimate bath day with this combo.

Compact Corner Bathtub

bathtub on the corner of a tiny bathroom INSTAGRAM @houseonthe_avenue

The corner tub utilizes the space of this modern bathroom by fitting perfectly by the window, beside the shower.

It’s a cute little nook that makes use of a space that might not have been used for anything else.

The small frosted window lets you have some privacy and I would really make the most out of this.

The cozy pot is perfect to enjoy a luxurious bath in. Drop in a bath bomb and a few rose petals and enjoy!

Narrow Bathtub

bathtub fitted into a narrow shower room below the window INSTAGRAM @carbuchonbathforms

This earthy and urban bathroom makes use of its limited space by joining the bathtub and shower in one area on the narrow end of the area.

Placing your tub in this position will save you so much floor space. Plus, putting it beside a window is ideal for you to unwind and enjoy the view.

I love how space-optimizing this design is and I would definitely enjoy a bath while listening to good music here.

The blue accents and potted plants add to the earth tone of the brown tiles for a more natural ambiance too!

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