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Sexy Soaks

The newest freestanding bathtubs have more in common with streamlined modern sculpture than they do with the heavy, claw-footed, cast-iron vessels of yore. The high-tech acrylics and Corian-like engineered materials used in these contemporary styles give their surfaces a soft, silky feel, making bath time more indulgent than ever.

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Sartoriale tub

1 Sarto44
From the Sartoriale line, made from Cristalplant (similar to Corian) $9,300, at Antonio Lupi, 516 N. Wells St., 312-329-1550; antoniolupichicago.com

 

Synthetic resin tub

2 Upgrade
Synthetic resin tub, $8,000 without built-in shelves, $9,500 with shelves, at Design Within Reach, 1574 N. Kingsbury St., 312-482-8661; dwr.com

 

Matte-finish tub

3 Relax
Made from a matte-finish mineral composite material, $6,995 (including drain), at Hastings Tile & Bath, 120 Merchandise Mart, 312-527-0565; hastingstilebath.com

 

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