The tiny bathtub shower crammed into your equally tiny apartment probably feels like a claustrophobic nightmare every morning. But the Curvi’s an easy way to make it feel larger, spacious, and almost luxurious—without having to knock down walls or perform any kind of renovation.
Whether at the crack of dawn or at the end of a long day, no one really ever has the energy to bathe. So like a bidet, the Loop shower uses numerous jets of water to clean your entire body automatically, even where the sun don't shine.
If you're anything like me, the worst frustration in your day to day life is hot tub spillage. No longer! Italian design firm HeyTeam's concept tub allows for easy, splash free entry, then descends gracefully into the floor and fills.
Back in 1970, Sanyo envisioned a future where manual bathing was obsolete and head-washing was (apparently) optional. At the World Expo in Osaka, Sanyo unveiled their plan in the form of the Ultrasonic Bath.
Chalk one up for Japanese ingenuity—defying the laws of physics and inventing perhaps the finest gadget in history: the Boobkini. It's decent, but indecent at the same time! That's what they said about the bikini (from the Latin bi, meaning "two," and kini, meaning "square inches of Lycra") back in 1946.
The Japanese know we're suckers for anything Mario-related. So when a guy on eBay puts up some official Mario "Bath Bombs" for sale, people in the states love it for two reasons: it's Mario and it makes you smell like fresh flowers. Drop Mario into your hot bath and he'll fizz you with his water-jet pack and make you…