It's not a new image, but I just saw it popping again on my feed and I had the irresistible urge to get in there, to enjoy this bath during that sunset until I look like a California prune.
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 love huge bathtubs, those deep enough to submerge myself up to the nose and spend an hour reading, like an illustrated crocodile. I love bathrooms too. So much that I wouldn't mind living permanently in any of these.
The Aquamass Parure bathtub is clever! Designer Elvis Pompilio used crystalline pearls backlit by LEDs to make it look like the tub is constantly overflowing with water. Like taking a bath in a waterfall. Or in Avatar-world too, I guess. [BornRich]
Awkwardly-coiffed magician Penn Jillette is an inventor. His greatest triumph: a "hydro-therapeutic stimulator" for women with jetstreams directed to "stimulation points (e.g., the clitoris) of the female user when the female user sits in the seat." Meet the Jill-Jet.
For a luxurious, unique bathroom fixture, you can't go wrong with one of Ammonitum's stunning designs. The process to get the wood both beauteous and waterproof—which involves shaping, gluing, polishing, and at least ten layers of varnish—takes 12 weeks.
Slaves were creating mosaic objects thousands of years BC, but I bet they never dreamed of a bathtub covered in glittering photo-luminescent mosaic tiles. In fact, I bet they never even knew what a bathtub was.
Soft LED lighting, go. Water jets, go. Hovering shower, go. Warp drive, go. Life support, go. Champagne bottle, go. Good company, go. All systems go for zowielala bath for two.
There have been several products designed for a bathtub light show, but the Nirvana tub takes it a step further by embedding 360 LEDs right into the surface.
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
I've never been so thoroughly disappointed with a gadget than I am with the Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner. You might have seen one of these in the aisles of Target or Wal-Mart and thought it would be an amazing way to keep your shower clean. After all, the Ad copy says, "It's like a MAID. Times TWO!"…
If you thought London's apartment stair bookcase was the coolest thing since Martha Stewart introduced you to vacuum-packing underpants with you still inside, check this beautiful bathtub bookcase (or vice versa) by Italian company Antonio Lupi. Part of the Biblio collection, it's made in wood and corian, the…
There is something about aquariums that is just plain cool—and the Moody Acquario is definitely a cool bathtub. While I can see where the designers got the idea, the logic behind the $14,500 price tag is a little harder to fathom. I mean, the design itself is pretty basic and it doesn't look all that comfortable to…
Fine, it's a little more complex than that. The Bath-O-Matic from Unique Automation is an automated bathtub filler that draws a bath just the way you like it. Through a touch screen interface, bathers can choose the temperature and height of the water, as well as any combination of oils, bubbles and fragrances.
This seems like a relationship pleaser to me. My girlfriend loves baths more than anything, but I like racing: cars, go karts, Hell even on foot. And we're always looking for something new to do together.