If you can’t travel to Easter Island, then perhaps you can have a little bit of Easter Island to you. A very little bit. In the form of a Tiki Head Tissue Box Cover.
The head on the box was named Rudy by the designers (yes, really) and from across a room looks surprisingly like a miniature version of the stone statues you’d fine in the remote South Pacific Ocean (see photo below). The price, while not expensive, is nothing to sneeze at: $19.
The Fossil Sink has been more than 60 million years in the making. Sort of. While the sink itself has only been available for three years, the spiral corkscrew design is inspired by fossils from the Cretaceous Period. It’s made of concrete (the sink, not the fossils) and gives any bathroom a modern yet prehistoric look. Available through High Tech Design.
The Casulo Room-In-A-Box is like some sort of move-in magic trick. From one crate that’s 31.5 by 47.2 by 35.4 inches (the size of a Euro warehouse pallet) can comes furnishings for a room that includes:
- Desk with desk cabinet and locking drawers
- Office chair that revolves and is height-adjustable
- Two stools
- A single bed and mattress
The Stowaway Bathtub is one of those takes on a common household item that’s simple and ingenious at the same time. At first glance the tub looks like, well, a normal bathtub. Look closer, though, and you’ll notice what appear to be handles for pull-out drawers around the tub’s edge. Those handles are for tilt back storage areas that can hold shampoo, wash clothes and anything else you’d need while taking a bath. Very cool.
The Stowaway was developed by GW International and will hopefully go on sale soon.
If that fits with your home’s decor then you’ll find these vondrous humidifiers from the Japan Trends Shop practical as decorative. Though small, the tank holds enough water for about four hours of continuous use. And there’s an extra container for adding aroma oils; infuse your humidifying steam with a scent of roses or vanilla or blue hibiscus, or the rare flower billbanglehobnobotricious.
It’s like an infinity pool meets your bathroom faucet.
Sold at a reasonable $82 by wholesaler Light In The Box, water appears to overflow from this chrome waterfall sink faucet. The most vondrous part: The LED lighting changes colors depending on the water temperature. It will switch from blue when cold, to green when lukewarm, to red when hot. Beware of flashing red—the water is scalding.
The chrome waterfall sink faucet also comes in a a two handle version.