In the old days, drying off after a swim or shower was as easy as picking up a towel and toweling off. But not now. We know too much; even the cleanest towels are no less than a swamp of bacteria and harmful germs. The solution: blow yourself with the Body Dryer. It uses air instead of germs to get you dry.
In certain scenarios, heavy-duty, industrial-grade equipment is the only reasonable option. So, this.
Is it a hammock or a bathtub? Well, it’s both, sort of. The Vessel is a unique take on the bathtub, it’s made of Carbon fiber & stands suspended by the walls, floating above the floor. Combining a hot bath with the chill vibe of a hammock seems like the ultimate recipe for relaxation. And it certainly looks inviting…
It’s only a matter of time before one of your friends makes another one of your friends take a swig of this. Won’t that be funny?
She’ll be happy to drown out the painful sound of your shower singing with this blue-tooth powered showerhead speaker. And if you persist after the water is off, she’ll remind you that you can remove the speaker from the head and place it on the vanity while you sing and shave.
Complete that “heritage industrial” look in your work or living space with these cast iron and beech wood Wall Clamps by L.A.-based designer Brendan Ravenhill. Mount them to the wall through the holes in the back and tighten the screws into the shelf material of your choice.
The life of a shower curtain is dull. Hang out until eventually you start growing mold. Boring. This shower curtain from Brooklyn New York’s Wintercheck Factory is a little more lively. It will hold your shampoo, bodywash, razor, loofah, whatever you use in the shower. It has pockets. Made of Oxford Nylon and available in 5 colors.
First there was soap-on-a-rope, then the Splash shower radio. Now people who shower have one more reason to be stoked when wet and naked. Kohler’s digital showering system allows for precise control to keep your shower at the perfect temp. There’s a warm-up mode and even a pause button to stop the flow, while you later up with your soap-on-the-rope.
If you follow F-1 racing, you know the season kicked off last week in Australia. Right now they’re racing in China, and next week it’s Turkey. For this global series, Artist PJ Tierney has designed a series of high impact graphic posters for each stop on the tour. These are A2 size, high-quality digital prints hand-signed by the artist. Going fast.