I have been observing designs by Koto for some years and love its micro cabins. Following the ethos of Scandinavian design and its way of living, the company has produced many energy-efficient small buildings that are beautiful and built to last. However, what good is a cabin in the wild if there is no hot tub to elevate your outdoor bathing experience, which is why the Scotland-based company has added a new product to its line.
The Wood-Fired hot tub by Koto looks very intriguing and will be a great addition to one of the Koto cabins you own. Honestly, I was quite impressed by the sheer aesthetics of the hot tub. Not because it is a Scandinavian-inspired spa or comes from a minimalist cabin manufacturer, but due to its classic wood-paneled exterior.
Featuring a heavy-duty granite-treated vessel, integrated wood-burning heater, premium black Thermo wood cladding and stainless steel components, the barrel-shaped Koto wood-fired hot tub immerses with nature and looks beautiful as ever. Just like its micro cabins, the Koto tub is finished in black to add a sleek and modern touch to its aesthetics.
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Relaxing you in the wilderness, the seven-foot (in diameter) hot tub has a water capacity of 1000 liters and is equipped with a quiet hydro massage system and warm LED lights to enhance the wellness experience. Available on the company’s website, the Wood-Fired Hot Tub can be availed at $7,600.