The following bathtub is not your average, technologically advanced, but otherwise boring, bathroom tub. The Shore Tub moves up and down in order to offer you an even more interesting bathing experience. The Shore Tub has enough space inside for four or more people so you'd have to make sure you place it in a large enough bathroom, preferably not your living room like in the images below. Once inside the tub you'll be able to command it to move up and down as you desire. That way you'll be able to walk in and out of the tub without worrying about falling in the process, not to mention that the whole bathtub movement has to be pretty interesting once you sit down for the ride. Via HeyTeam
As someone who has five dogs, I can personally state that grub time is tricky or rather messy business. There is nothing more frustrating than the little devils tipping and spilling their water and food. Amenity tackles this problem head on with the Muir Elevated Dog Bowl that is essentially an elegant raised dog bowl stand. Built to endure, the dog bowl stand is also eco-friendly since the company uses reclaimed Douglas Fir that has been seasoned in sunny California. Finished with low VOC finishers and non-toxic stains, the Muir Elevated Dog Bowl won't jar with the rest of your interiors and a large size will set you back around $127.
Your home workspace has to come with plenty of storage solutions, we get that. That's why today we'll recommend you this Cover Desk home office, which comes with plenty of straightforward storage space. The Covet Desk is made of oak wood and glass and its simple design accommodates plenty of storage space. The oak beam between the legs of the desk acts as part of the structure of the Covet Desk but it can also support various file boxes, books, CDs, and any other things you might need on a regular basis while working from home. There's also a handy drawer ready to hide away some of your important files, although, mind you, the drawer is right underneath that transparent glass surface. Via Case Furniture
This particular home design is a very daring project. The Balancing Barn home is a real house that currently likes to live on the edge of a hill. For $300 you can rent the house for one night and experience living in it yourself. The house on the hill can be found "a few miles inland from the Suffolk (England) coast" and it has plenty of space to accommodate 8 people. The Balancing Barn has a very interesting design with over 50% of it suspended above the ground, but contrary to its name, it won't tip over as long as that particular hill doesn't decide to move on its own. The Balancing Barn, with its "elegant silver tiles," is definitely a fun vacation house to experience if you happen to be around Suffolk, England. Via Dezeen