Aaron's Day Off
Random ramblings about not necessarily anything in particular, and not much more....
Saturday, May 09, 2009
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Bathe in Cash
Saturday, July 14, 2007
Kohler Rain Tile
Originally uploaded by Aaron in Denver.
The bathroom is starting to come together now - the rain tile is in as you can see from the photo, along with all the rest of the plumbing and electrical stuff. We're just fitting the final few bits and pieces, and we should be ready to go. Most of it is bought - we still need a shower curtain and rail, new towels and a rug I guess, and then that's it. I can't wait to start using it again, coz it's been almost a year now....
Continuing the dodgy posts this morning comes "Grope on a Rope" - I kid you not. Who thinks of these names?
It's actually a bar of soap (on a rope), for the people who don't get enough physical contact. Another bargain at 7.50 (pounds this time - not sure if you can get it over here).
Wednesday, May 09, 2007
Purely interested in this coz I have a Kohler rain tile sitting in a half finished bathroom waiting to be installed (pics when I finally get it in there - I'm guessing/hoping 2 weeks from now).
Anyway, Polk have released shower tile like speakers that u can embed in thewall, just to improve your whole showering experience (or add to the local drought issues by getting caught up in a few good tunes and never coming out of there). Luckily, these came out after we tiled everywhere, so there's no chance of me sinking more money into more electronics for another room that I'll use for 5 minutes a day if that. They do look nice though 8-) More details from Gizmodo if you're interested.
Wednesday, May 02, 2007
So, if any of you have a wife like mine, you have the problem that no matter how much shelf type space exists around the edge of the shower/bath, it's never quite enough to prevent the numerous types of shampoo/conditioner/random stuff that I don't know what it does, making a dive-bombing attempt to break your toes every time you make one wrong move in the shower (not that I'm complaining of course).
So, here's your answer - the Shower Octopus. It looks like it can hold 5 or so bottles, so we'd need 3 or 4 of them, and I'm not sure how stable the whole thing is, especially if you add a little soap into the mix. But, it could be worth a try - it costs 45 Canadian dollars, which is like 30 real pence or something, right?