There’s nothing worse than stumbling to the bathroom in the middle of the night, only to find that you’ve peed all over the seat and the floor. Actually, there is one worse thing – your wife or girlfriend finding out. IllumiBowl fixes that problem once and for all.
If you’ve ever been on a road trip, you know just how nasty service station restrooms can be. But this one Shell station bucks the stereotype and has one of the most surprisingly nice bathrooms you’ve ever seen. Now you just need to find it.
Despite its unfortunate name, the Morninghead is quite useful. Pour in some water, put the cap on your head and it instantly wets your hair, overcoming bed head, cap head and other nappy hair situations. Just don’t rely it on it too much.
This sleek pump dispenser from Crate & Barrel is a hundred times better than the one that comes with liquid soaps. It’s made of ceramic and its body has a non-skid rubber coating.
With macho aromas like Beer and Log Cabin, Adam Anderson’s handcrafted Mansoaps are an easy gift. We’re patiently waiting for Post Football Practice and Dirty Socks to be added to the repertoire.
All of the elements are amusing, but we like that clear face panel the most on the Social Shower Curtain; it’s an amusing gift idea for social media hounds or anyone who lives their life online.
Multitask in the shower with the Reflect, a shower head with a mirrored surface. A cavity of water inside the shower head heats the surface to prevent it from fogging up even in thick steam.
It has a tunnel in its handle that is meant to direct water from a faucet into a spout, so you can brush without using a cup or bending down to rinse your mouth. It also has a swappable head.
This bathroom doesn’t have spiders or snakes in the toilet. What it does have is a clear glass floor revealing that you’re in an elevator shaft and that there’s nothing but a 15-floor drop beneath.
Move bishop to bathroom and checkmate dirt with these awesome set of soaps made to look like life-size chess pieces. You can customize the colors and scent of the set. Soap chessboard not included.
Designed by Aric Norine, the Stack is meant to provide an “infinite cycle of soap.” A new bar has a groove on top, allowing you to merge an old, smaller piece so that nothing is wasted.
The brilliantly simple Temji by Dreamfarm are a pair of rubber shower dials. Attach them to your tap and voila – you have quantifiable indicators for water temperature and volume.
If you can’t get enough of the luxury automobile trim, take a bath in the Corcel No. 1. The carbon fiber bathtub is extremely durable, lightweight and resistant to chemicals and harsh temperatures.
This handy hourglass is an easy way of keeping track of how long you’ve been hosing off. The rotatable receptacle has a suction cup on its back. Not that your bath time should only be 5 minutes.
Nathalie StÃ¤mpfli designed two soap dispensers that make use of bars instead of the liquid kind, grating the bars into flakes, keeping them dry and longer lasting.
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