I have recently come in touch with the Duplo bathtub piece.
While it is mainly a bathtub whose bottom is shaped in such a way that it can be placed on Duplo studs, one of the piece's sides also features two studs on top. This suggests the bathtub can be integrated into other constructions such as walls, similarly to other furniture pieces such as the toilet piece.
Curiously, though, the bathtub does not seem to have a height that fits with other Duplo bricks. It is taller than a Duplo brick, but not as tall as 1.5 Duplo bricks (or a Duplo brick plus a Duplo plate).
Why is that? Is there any way this non-standard height can be advantageous, just like e.g. the Erling brick's reduced depth that allows for sideways and upright integration? Can I combine the bathtub with its odd height with anything else at all?
One of our first ideas was to have the slide end in a bathtub. But with the bathtub's non-standard height, building a support for the slide is tricky.