Seattle-based NK Woodworking & Design specializes in exquisitely designed custom staircases, but the firm recently started producing equally stunning wood bathtubs.
Fabricated from five species of wood—maple, sepele, figured maple, black walnut, and white oak—the products are the creation of Nathie Katzoff, who was trained as a shipwright.
Custom built to the same standards as the company’s fine furniture and stairs, the completely water-tight bathtubs are made to customers specifications in any size and any style. Each is then finished with a specialized clear composite barrier for durability and longevity.
Tubs can incorporate unique patterns and inlays, specialty features such as air systems, and almost any shape.
Though tubs are made from wood, if a customer wants a mixed-media tub with glass, metal, or stone inlay, the company would accommodate such a design. “Nathie loves to design things that are out of the box, challenging and extraordinary, whenever given the opportunity,” the company’s marketing rep Rachael Codina says.
Tubs are made in Seattle and can be shipped anywhere in the world.