Overflow Bathtubs by Kasch

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

The design team at Kasch have rolled out their stunning collection of Overflow Bathtubs, and these things are nothing short of amazing.

Kasch is known all around the globe for creating some of the most brilliantly designed acrylic bathtubs and whirlpools, and this collection shows exactly why. These overflow bathtubs create the illusion of a natural waterhole by continuously dripping water over the edges of the tub right back into the basin surrounding the structure itself. There are 6 different award winning models to choose from, and we have displayed them in the following order from top to bottom. The Pond Overflow bathtub is shown above, while you have the Wish, Oriental, Lake, Float, and Chi shown below.

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Overflow Bathtubs by Kasch

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Overflow Bathtubs by Kasch (2)

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