Devil’s bathtubs, clawfoot bathtubes, and bathtub surround are among the many objects featured in popular culture, from the 1950s sitcom The Adventures of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde to the cult hit Ghostbusters.
While the first two, along with other popular bathtub characters, were created by artists, the bathtub and surround characters are made up of real-life objects from across the country.
Bathtub surrounds are also sometimes referred to as bathtube haircanners.
The following are some common bathtub-related terms and terms of art: bathtub: a large, circular tub used to accommodate various objects including furniture, furniture objects, or other materials.
This term has a wide variety of meanings.
For example, a bathtub may be used for a washing machine, a cabinet, a bed, a table, or for other small items.