You can read every last online review, but you really have no idea what a hotel room is going to be like until you arrive. And if you’re the type who likes to travel with their own sheets and towels, you’re probably also the type who would be interested in a portable pack-flat bath tub too.
The eternal debate—of whether to soak in the tub or lounge in a hammock—has just been rendered moot, thanks to this stunning carbon fiber hammock tub that lets you do both at the same time. Made by the UK company SplinterWorks, it's called the Vessel, and it makes for an awesome centerpiece for your bathroom,…
Even though giant ocean-going freighters are able to float atop the waves, were your home ever to flood you probably wouldn't be able to take refuge in this 3,500 pound stone bathtub boat from Antonio Lupi. But that's ok, because if you blew your decorating budget on a $75,000 bathtub, the rest of your home will…
Kohler, WI sits sandwiched between farmland and road houses, slightly west of Sheboygan. It's deposited in an area once so thick with trees that early white guys had to use Indian trails to get their Manifest Destiny on—before growing tired of all that and chopping everything down for the paper mills.
If you thought it was stressful being a new parent, imagine what it's like for a baby who's been thrust into the world after spending nine months in solitary confinement. But a few minutes in the MagicBath baby whirlpool every day should calm their nerves.
So you might think a carbon fiber bathtub is silly, but somewhere there's a person who won't just bathe themselves in a common porcelain basin—they need excess. The Corcel
N°1 is a beautiful thing for the awesomely opulent.
I wanted so badly to have a large, English-style, only-nose-out, soak-like-a-hippo bathtub in my new apartment. I settled for a large shower, but at 72 by 12 feet, maybe I should have rented the world's largest bathtub instead.
Two things here in what seems to be the world's first Twittercide: don't use your computer while taking a bath. And if for whatever reason you do, don't be like this 17-year-old Romanian girl and risk your well-being to Tweet.
My favorite hide-n-seek spots as a kid were always the bathtub or a closet. With this Bath Cabinet, I can have the best of both worlds.
I've finally found a bathtub that'll give me the ultimate peace of mind: A tub that's both bullet and bomb proof. The catch? It's made out of glass, which makes it completely
Sometimes, I think that certain products are designed to remind the owner just how rich they are at all times rather than their supposed purpose. Take this ludicrous Red Diamond bathtub, for example. It's got not one, but two waterproof HDTVs, can be controlled wirelessly via a built-in GSM module, and it's built of…
When Teuco isn't creating ludicrously expensive cromoexperience showers for Adam Frucci, they're inventing jaw-dropping Sorgente bathtubs that straddle the line between extravagant cleanliness and modern art. That is, if by modern art you mean a dangerous, gaping hole in the floor of your bathroom.
Sure, there are more useful cellphone storage products out there, but few could match the style and sheer randomness of these "his and hers" bathtub holders. Don't get me wrong, it would be nice if they had some sort of functionality, but that would make them far less stupid—and who wants that? [Product Page]
Nothing says "relaxation" like a hot bath. Well, until a bit of time has passed and then your hot bath turns into a lukewarm soak in filthwater. But I digress.
I like taking baths. There, it's out there and all of the Gizmodo readers have to deal with it. I find them relaxing and even enjoy the occasional bubbles or bath bomb. That's why I think the Neptuner surround sound system by Neptune is the greatest invention ever.