In case you missed it, the bathtub is back.
Do you dream of a freestanding tub? On a quest for a 2020 bathroom glow-up? Looking for inspiration? These five homes for sale across Chicago feature bathrooms that are sanctuaries of self-care. Here, you can indulge in a soak under a skylight and draw a bath in front of a fireplace.
Check out a few of the tubs we fancy.
A skylight tub
Here’s an ideal place to unwind. This master bathroom with a lovely skylight might be it. This mostly white bathroom mixes it up with different textured tiles—it’s got a penny tile floor, subway tile over the double vanity, and a marble tile accent wall. The three-bedroom, two bedroom home also has a foldable glass wall which opens out to a brick-paved patio. The Lincoln Park property is listed for $724,888.
A minimalist tub with natural light
A simple, oval soaking tub? Check. A window with lots of natural light? Perfect. Oversized, grey tiles? Yep. This classic minimal bathroom hits all the right elements. The new Humboldt Park home also features a spacious master suite, a copper-colored fireplace, and a floating staircase. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is listed for $969,900.
A soaking tub with matte black tile
If you’re not into the all-white bathroom, perhaps this an accent wall is inspiring. This soaking tub sits against a matte black, penny tile wall divider. On the other side is white and grey a double shower. This master bathroom also has heated floors and a heated tower bar—the ultimate luxury during a Chicago winter. This four-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Ukrainian Village is listed for $1.1 million.
A cozy bathroom with a fireplace
Forget the candles. If you want to seriously upgrade your bathroom, put in a wood-burning fireplace. This dreamy tub lives in a Gold Coast mansion with five other fireplaces, silk wallpaper, and a 1,200-square-foot terrace. Upon purchase, owners will also get a trusted list of housekeepers, handymen, drivers, and interior designers. How much you ask? Alas, its listed for nearly $4 million.
Go all in with a hot tub
Why stop at a tub? This home features a black tile and blue neon lit hot tub. The owners envisioned a top floor oasis and made sure to include a jetted bathtub, a sauna, and access to a rooftop deck. The Gold Coast home was originally built in 1907, but the interiors have modern and Art Deco flair. The four bedroom, five bathroom property is listed for a hefty $3.4 million.