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  1. True Ofuro Stone Japanese Soaking Freestanding Tub - No Faucet Drillings
    Starting at: $11,240.00
    Item #: TRUE-OFURO-WHT-S
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  2. Cast Iron Slipper Clawfoot Tub - Continuous Rolled Rim - No Faucet Drillings
    Starting at: $3,600.00
    Item #: 2144-WW-S
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  3. Cast Iron Slipper Clawfoot Tub - Rim Faucet Drillings
    Starting at: $3,720.00
    Item #: 2146-WW-7-S
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  4. Ambassador Acrylic Slipper Clawfoot Tub - Rim Faucet Drillings
    Starting at: $2,462.00
    Item #: RS501-RM-S
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  5. Ambassador Acrylic Slipper Clawfoot Tub - No Faucet Drillings
    Starting at: $2,462.00
    Item #: RS501-NH-S
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  6. Ambassador Acrylic Slipper Clawfoot Tub - Tub Wall Faucet Drillings
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Explore Our Unique Slipper Tubs Collection

Slipper tubs are the visually striking design focal point you’ve been searching for for your bathroom remodel. But they’re not only fantastic to look at — acrylic slipper tubs are durable and have a timeless aesthetic that homeowners everywhere covet. 

Learn more about the details that make this collection of tubs some of the best you’ll find.


Tub Packages

When searching through our collection, you’ll notice many of our slipper tubs have the option to include a tub package. These packages simplify a new tub installation, providing everything you need to hook up your tub and start soaking.

Each package contains essential fixtures, like faucets and showerheads, to round out your bathtub usability. A fantastic benefit to buying one of these packages is how easy it is to get everything you need in one purchase. It will also guarantee that your fixtures match the style of your new tub. 

Choosing a tub package can also be a more affordable option on top of being more convenient. 


Soaking Depth

Our slipper tubs range from 10" to 21" in soaking depth. Deeper tubs are essential if you want to have a physically and mentally immersive soak. However, smaller sizes might work better depending on the size of the people using the tub.


Tub Length

Slipper tubs at Vintage Tub & Bath come in all lengths to accommodate all of our customers’ needs and preferences. Choose tubs from 38" all the way up to 72"! Keep in mind how much space you have in your bathroom to ensure you’re getting a tub that will fit.


Tub Drillings

All tubs have holes called drillings where you’ll install your faucet and other fixtures. Placement of these drillings can vary and could determine which fixtures are compatible with your new tub, so it’s something to keep in mind while you shop.



Slipper tubs have an elegant and sophisticated design, but we also have clawfoot options that give that bit of vintage flair you might be after. Both are stunning and look great with all our tubs, so you can choose whichever look speaks to you most. 

Otherwise, you can choose between double slipper, freestanding, and even Japanese soaking tubs, all of which come in multiple material options — there’s something for everyone in our Vintage Tub & Bath catalog.


Drain Location

A tub will have a drain on the base’s left, right, or center. The drain location doesn’t impact aesthetics much, but it’s still essential. Keep in mind where your plumbing is located — you’ll need to purchase a tub that matches up with it to ensure usability.



Different finishes will give your tub different looks and change its maintenance requirements. Slipper tubs have many unique finishes compared to other tubs since they have a metallic look, so they’re an excellent choice if you want something other than your typical stark white.

We sell tubs with beautiful finishes like antique copper, acier, and thunder gray. But we still have an impressive selection of classic black, white, and gray finishes. Metallic finishes will likely need special maintenance and care, so bear that in mind when you are choosing. 

None are complicated to care for. Usually, you can use some combination of white vinegar and baking soda for cleaning. For polishing, however, you might want to make a paste with white vinegar and salt, depending on your finish.


Drain Finish

The drain finish is also a feature unique to slipper tubs since many homeowners want to match the drain’s metal with their tub’s finish. But while we have many drain finish options that match with tubs, others are complimentary in a different way — colors like polished brass or rose gold give any tub a particular detail that can transform its entire vibe. 

Like tub finishes, specific options may require more maintenance than others.



Slipper tubs have a very distinct shape, being higher on one side and then leveling out, much like a slipper. Slipper tubs also look like this, but the shapes can vary, even if only slightly. Most people shopping for slipper tubs are looking for this classic shape. 

Still, if you’re after something slightly different, there are several variations of bathtubs to browse. Many of these tubs have varying degrees of slope, giving you control over how dramatic you want the slipper effect to come across.


Feet Type

Some slipper tubs have unique feet, like imperial or lion paw designs, that elevate and drive home the elegance that slipper tubs are known for.

However, not all of them need feet. Feet give bathtubs character and are fantastic for freestanding tubs, but if that’s not what you’re after, plenty of options allow you to achieve a more contemporary look.



Your chosen brand is very important when you are shopping for a slipper tub. You want a good combination of value and quality; few companies deliver that better than Randolph Morris. Beautiful, elegant, and durable, Randolph Morris slipper tubs are some of the best on the market. 

Other brands, like Aria, also have gorgeous slipper tubs that fall more on the modern side of the spectrum and are perfect for those who want a seamless, contemporary look in their bathroom.



Slipper tubs might look too luxurious or expensive for some, but many are still quite affordable. We offer options that go as low as $899 and up to $11,240. This means that there is room for many options between those two numbers — you’re sure to find something that fits your budget and aesthetic requirements.


View a Comprehensive Catalog of High-Quality Slipper Tubs at Vintage Tub & Bath

Save yourself the headache of searching anywhere else — shop for slipper tubs at Vintage Tub & Bath! For more information on our products, or if you have any questions, we’re always available to chat and help you find the slipper that fits.

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