Add a touch of natural elegance to your washroom with Alegna Wooden Bathtubs ($TBA). Thanks to the company's experience building yachts, the tubs feature smooth, seamless, organic lines that are well protected thanks to a highly water-resistant varnish that coats the surface, guaranteeing that they'll provide optimal service for years to come. A number of designs and wood choices are available, and if those suit you, they'll custom build a special tub out of basically any wood you choose.
What can't be improved by making it out of carbon fiber? We've seen everything from car hoods to iPad cases made out of the stuff, but we may have found an answer to our question in the Corcel Carbon Fiber Bath Tub ($TBA). A symbol of opulence equal to the gold toilet, this carbon fiber tub sports a sleek, streamlined shape, is best matched with a modern, standalone faucet, and may/may not come from space and make racecar noises, as the movie suggests. Limited to just 51 units worldwide. [via]
The colder it gets, the better a pair of Allbirds Wool Runners sound. That's because each pair is woven from superfine New Zealand merino wool, a breathable fabric that gives you the warmth and comfort needed as temperatures drop. The shoe is free from the usual logos and details, resulting in a clean, minimalist design that is slightly more formal than your average sneaker. The latest limited edition colors like this Dark NZ Green colorway are here in time for the holidays and make a great gift.
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Inspired by the United States 10th Mountain Division Alpinists, the Alps & Meters Alpine Anorak offers superior protection with a vintage aesthetic. The exterior is constructed from a durable British Millerain Chera 8 waxed canvas with reinforced shoulder panels. A waterproof internal membrane keeps your dry, while side vents create a breathable layer. The classic design is finished with a hood, face guard, and contrasting orange lace front that also provide additional protection from the elements.
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Ever wish your house could smell just like your local barber shop? Consider these Blind Barber Candles ($32-$88) your personal genies. Hand-poured in NYC using soy wax, they offer up tantalizing notes of honey, smoke, leather, and lavender, and arrive in 6.2 or gargantuan 23.6 oz Barbacide-inspired jars — for an added touch of authenticity.
Complete your retro-futuristic bathroom with the Lefroy Brooks Belle Aire Faucet ($2,030-$2,690). Featuring a streamlined form that recalls the golden age of Art Deco design, it is available in chromium plate, antique gold, silver nickel, or satin nickel finishes, and is just the thing to jazz up an otherwise austere area. [Scouted by Ted]