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The New Bathing Luxury?

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The New Bathing Luxury?

Julie Carlson June 19, 2012

A new standard for bathing luxury? Lately we've been noticing baths featuring double tubs for couple's bathing.

Above: A pair of Agape Spoon Tubs.

Above: A Kangaroo Valley bath in Australia, via Simple Studio.

Above: A bath by one of our favorite designers, DC-based Darryl Carter, features double soaking tubs.

Above: Do try this at home: a bath house at the Solage Calistoga Resort.

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