design
This Sink-in-a-Box Tucks Away to Keep Your Bathroom Tidy

You know the old saying: the sink is the heart of the bathroom. But all too often that sink looks nasty, covered in toothpaste, and draped with a half-used container of floss. Here's a sink that can cleverly hide everything away when you're not spitting your mouthwash into it. Read More >>

gadgets
This Sleek Briefcase Hides an Easy To Clean Portable Pet Potty

In what will surely lead to some wacky mixups at the office, Modko's upcoming Shake looks like a stark white briefcase, though it's actually a portable place for your pet to potty. But before you get completely disgusted, it seems like the folks at Modko have thought this one out. Read More >>

design
A Crazy Garden Bathroom Classes Up Your Drunken Relief

This bucolic Japanese bathroom is a temporary installation at Tokyo's House Vision Expo. There should be no question as to whether you'd pee in it. As long as you don't defile the bushes, that would be the best bathroom experience of your life. Read More >>

gadgets
Secretly We All Want This Toilet-Paper-Holding iPad Stand

We all use our smartphones and tablets in the bathroom, but there's an unwritten rule that you do it discreetly, and don't really brag about touching your device while touching your... well, you get the idea. So while on one hand it's easy to be disgusted by CTA Digital's toilet paper/iPad stand, on the other we're probably all quietly reaching for our credit cards. Read More >>

gift guide 2012
Space-Saving Gifts for People with Tiny Homes

The basic essentials for living under a roof with four adjacent walls are a constant. But it you live in a shoebox apartment, a dorm room, or a tiny studio, you have to make every little item count. Here are a handful of compact gifts that make a solid contribution to a happy home—and don't take up a whole lot of room while they do it. Read More >>

giz explains
What Happens When You Flush a Toilet on an Airplane?

Aircraft lavatories have come a long way since the early days of commercial air travel. Early flyers used slop buckets, and WWII pilots tossed piss-filled bottles out of unpressurised windows (seriously). Read More >>

gadgets
Refrigerated Bathroom Drawers For When You Think You Might Be In There a While

A company called Perlick is now offering a range of 15-inch refrigerated bathroom vanity drawers for safely storing and extending the life of organic or other personal hygiene products, like makeup or even medication. Read More >>

design
How Can These Gorgeous Crumpled Taps Possibly Work?

They certainly catch your eye, but Italian designer Lorenzo Damiani's unique folded taps will also have you wondering how they let more than just a trickle of water pass through. Wormholes? Good old-fashioned wizardry? We've no idea. Read More >>

wtf
Is This the World's Most Over-Crowded Bathroom?

This is the male public bathroom at Celestial Heights in Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong. The room boasts a positively luxurious 27 square feet of floor space, into which eight urinals are squeezed. Eight urinals, with less than six inches separating each one. Read More >>

gaming
Epic Gaming Bathroom Desperately Needs a Warp Pipe Toilet

Don't get us wrong, we're totally blown away by Photobucket user gpinzone's retro gaming-themed bathroom that incorporates elements from Super Mario, Donkey Kong, and Pac-Man. We just can't help but feel they missed a fantastic opportunity to turn the throne into a functional warp pipe that sucks down more than just plumbers. Read More >>

wtf
Commemorate All Famous Shipwrecks With This Sinking Shower Curtain

We're not sure if it will ever not be 'too soon' to make light of the Titanic tragedy. But for just £15 this novelty shower curtain will serve as a daily reminder of any shipwreck, from the Lusitania, to the Edmund Fitzgerald. Read More >>

design
Terrifying Tentacle Showerhead Can Reach Your Every Nook And Cranny

I'm assuming who ever created this tentacle showerhead was inspired by those Sentinel creatures in The Matrix films. That, or Medusa, except that these appendages don't slither or turn you to stone. Read More >>

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