It’s true that money can’t buy everything, but at least you can bask in the luxury of most valuable opulence the world has to offer. Likewise, XXII Carat villa complex on the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai has some of the most sumptuous properties that attract the rich and famous. Eye-popping addition being the $1 million bathtubs designed by Florence-based Baldi Home Jewels, which is certainly the focal point of the property. These swanky bathtubs will be installed at 22 XXII Carat properties set to open later this year.
The lucky residents of XXII Carat villas will be the first to take a dip in these exclusive crystal bathtubs. Made from a single piece of rock crystal weighing a mammoth 10,450 kgs sourced from Amazon Forest in Brazil, this bathtub is crafted to the last detail in Italy. The boulder is cut in half and then skilled craftsmen weave their magic to reveal the true form of a bathtub.
Rough lines on the outside and silky smooth interior walls come courtesy the careful sanding done by skilled craftsmen who put hundreds of hours into the making. To preserve the natural appeal of the crystal rock, the outside is left untouched, bringing out the real charm of rock crystal.
Currently, these exclusive bathtubs come in three variants – Rock Crystal, Green Quartz and Rose Quartz. Each one of them is distinct in its look that adds a luxury quotient to the villa baths.
The luxury villas designed by a Russian property tycoon, the market price for these residential properties is between £8.5 million (~$10.8 million) and £19 million (~$24.5 million). Most of them have seven bedrooms and an expansive area ranging from 8,000 sq. ft. to 13,000 sq. ft.