Compact Retreat: 15 Small Baths For Undersized Bathrooms

Looking to save space but want to keep your bathroom just as beautiful? Small baths are here to help. They’ll spice up your bathroom, save space, and give standard-sized baths a run for their money.

Before You Buy

Design. The bathtub design dictates installation requirements. Freestanding and clawfoot tubs can be placed anywhere where the water supply allows. On the other hand, drop-in and walk-in tubs might need to be surrounded by walls.

Size. Consider your bathroom’s size, and be sure to leave some overhead. If you’re taller, you should look at 47-inch small baths (1200mm and above), while 39-inch small baths (1000mm and below) won't provide much soaking room.

Features. Showerheads, jets, and even overflow drains may not be included in a standard bath. If you want to enjoy these features, be prepared to spend extra.

Signature Hardware Erica 57-inch Cast Iron Soaking Clawfoot Tub
Image of white bath
Dimensions: 57 x 30 x 30 inches
Weight: 325.1 pounds
Shape: Slipper

Signature Hardware Erica 57-inch Cast Iron Soaking Clawfoot Tub is a long-lasting choice, made from cast iron to serve you for years or even decades with proper care. But here’s the catch—it’s heavy, weighing a hefty 325 pounds. You might need a friend’s help to move it.

When it comes to style, it’s a winner. Elegant and slick, it’s bound to become a standout piece in your bathroom, living up to its signature name. The oversized legs not only support the tub but add to its aesthetics. And if plain white isn't your vibe, you can choose between five leg colors.

• Cast iron body
• Timeless design
• Steady and robust legs
• Six different leg finishes

• Very heavy