Unique Tubs, Custom Built.


There are, of course, many hundreds of species of wood to choose from, but these provide a good range of color and texture options for your bathtub.


Roll over any image, below, for wood details. Exact colors and patterns will vary.

white ash for wooden bathtubWhite Ash
hard maple for wooden bathtubHard Maple
birds eye maple for wooden bathtubBirds Eye Maple
black cherry for wooden bathtubBlack Cherry
white oak for wooden bathtubWhite Oak
african and south american teak for wooden bathtubAfrican / S. American Teak
black walnut for wooden bathtubBlack Walnut
african mahogany for wooden bathtubAfrican Mahogany

White Ash Wooden Bathtub

• The heartwood is a light brown color.

• Has a medium to coarse texture similar to oak.

• The grain is almost always straight and regular.

• Perfect for Ofuro who's owners want an unembellished, clean line to the tub.

Hard Maple Wooden Bathtub

• Color ranges from nearly white, to an off-white cream color, sometimes with a reddish or golden hue.

• Has a fine, even, and uniform texture, and a close grain with subtle figuring.

• Very dense and heavy.

Birds Eye Maple Wooden Bathtub

• Birdseye Maple is not technically a distinct species of Maple, but rather, it’s a figure that’s occasionally found in Sugar Maple trees.

• Great to use as a contrast to another, darker wood or even regular maple.

Black Cherry Wooden Bathtub

• A domestic species, light pinkish brown when freshly cut, darkening to a deeper golden brown with time and upon exposure to light.

• Has a fine texture with close grain.

• The grain is usually straight and easy to work -- with the exception of figured pieces with curly grain patterns which are sometimes available.

White Oak Wooden Bathtub

• Has a light to medium brown color.

• Medium-to-large pores and a fairly coarse grain.

• Often found in flooring so a good decorative match, especially in a rustic environment.

African Mahogany (Khaya) Heartwood Wooden Bathtub

• reddish brown, also exhibiting an optical phenomenon known as chatoyancy when sealed, so that light is reflected back from the grain with a luminous quality.

• This characteristic looks even more beautiful under water, so it is our most popular wood choice.

African/S. American Teak Wooden Bathtub

• Heartwood tends to be a medium to dark brown, sometimes with a reddish or purplish hue; some pieces may have streaks of yellowish or greenish brown.

• Has a fine, uniform grain and texture, with very small open pores.

• The grain is nearly always interlocked to some degree.

• Teak is expensive but beautiful.

Black Walnut Wooden Bathtub

• Heartwood can range from a lighter pale brown to a dark chocolate brown with darker brown streaks.

• Color can sometimes have a grey, purple, or reddish cast.

• Has a medium texture and mid-sized pores which may require filling for a smooth finish.

• The grain is usually straight, but can be irregular.

• Black Walnut can occasionally also be found with figured grain patterns such as: curly, crotch, and burl.

• Excellent match for rustic or barn board decor.