SOAK Woodfired Hot Tub by Ox + Monkey

May 9, 2016

Category: Living

There are a number of things in life that can calm down just about anybody; burning wood fires, and hanging out in hot tubs are chief among them. The folks at Ox + Monkey, a Canadian design and fabrication shop have combined those two things into one seamless and attractive design with their Soak Outdoor wood fired hot tub.

Large enough for two, this tub constructed from marine grade aluminum, red cedar, and stainless steel can heat up water via wood or propane fire. While this hot tub has an old-school heating mechanism, it has a modern look inspired by the german Bauhaus school of art that makes it a great fit for almost any backyard. While it may be getting warmer around the country – it isn’t a bad idea to keep an eye on one of these for when temperatures start dropping in the evenings. Make one yours for roughly $3,800. [Purchase]

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