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These Grand Tour Sienna Marble Tubs ($8,500) from Bond and Bowery are from 19th century Italy, and each one, measuring 14"W X 6"D X 6"H, is modeled after a Roman tub. They are, in essence, just pieces of art, but I can think of plenty of uses for them in my home off the top of my head.
For the latest How Would You I'd like you to think outside the home-decorating box and find some creative ways to repurpose this pair of antique marble tubs. How would you use it in your home? In what room? For what purpose? Would you use them for storage? For décor? Add anything to them? Paint or refinish them? Leave a comment below and let me know how you'd fit these objets d'art into your home.

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linb linb 8 years
I second Liss's response! $8,500!!!! Ridiculous.
Liss1 Liss1 8 years
I think they are ugly and would never spend $8,500 on them! that is ridiculous!
RosaDilia RosaDilia 8 years
I would dig a hole in a backyard just halfway so half of the tub will show and use it as a Koi fish pond with water lilies and a few frogs and plant some bright red flowers all around to contrast with the tub.
SleepyCorinne SleepyCorinne 8 years
I'd top them with some old wooden planks to make benches for a garden or living room.
calliope calliope 8 years
I'll third the flower idea. That's the first thought I had when I saw them.
sfbutterfly24 sfbutterfly24 8 years
I would do exactly as liciababe said. Flowers spilling out of them would be so so pretty.
liciababe liciababe 8 years
you could fill'em with dirt and flowers as small planter or place then in the bathroom to place thing in since they clearly have that bathroom feel of course you could use them to chuck all kinds of stuff in
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