Luxury Bath from Pearl Baths

Luxury Bath from Pearl Baths
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Some of the most amazing luxury baths that we’ve ever seen are created by Pearl Baths. Here you have one great example of their work. Featuring a multi-functional drop-in bath tub and a modern built-in fire place, this spacious and contemporary bathroom is more like a home spa. The lavish Eterne bathtub comes with heat therapy, hydrotherapy, air therapy, chromotherapy an aromatherapy. What more could you ask for?

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