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29 Remarkable Showers You Wish You Could Go Home To Right Now

Shower time will never be the same.

It’s easy to come up with design ideas for areas in your home like the bathroom or living room. However, for spaces like the bathroom, it can be a challenge to think of cool designs. Shower time can be a time for you to think and reflect about your life. It would be great to have not only a functional shower but a space where you can have a wonderful and relaxing experience.

Below are some of the amazing shower design ideas that you might want to use as inspiration. There’s a shower room that gives you a full view of the wilderness or the great outdoors and there’s also one that gives you a peaceful or zen vibe. If you’re up for some fun, why not go for a laser shower? And did you know there’s a shower that fits in your pocket? Check out these ideas below.

#1. Outdoor shower

#2. Elegant shower in the bedroom

#3. Cavern shower.

#4. Boat-shaped shower

#5. Stag shower

#6. Shower with ocean view

#7. Sun-roof shower

#8. Seven Streams Power Shower

#9. Skyline shower

#10. Shower with aquarium

#11. Color-phasing shower

#12. Cave shower with stunning view

#13. Shower with a view of the wilderness

#14. Heat-sensing shower

#15. Laser shower

#16. Space-saving fold-up shower

#17. Garden fountain shower

#18. Eighteen streams Power Shower

#19. Portable pocket shower

#20. Zen rain shower

#21. Obelisk shower

#22. Lovely stained glass-themed shower

#23. Pavilion shower

#24. Chandeliered party shower for six people

#25. Jungle-hemed shower

#26. Boulder tub zen-inspired shower

#27. Castle shower

#28. Rotating shower

#29. Shower pod

Anyone would love to spend time in the shower designed uniquely. Not only are they functional, but they are pleasing to the eyes. They also provide a new and fun experience of taking a shower. Not to mention, many of them gives you a sense of relaxation. Anyone who’s having a tiring day at work would surely rush home just to get a moment of peace in a brilliantly-designed bathroom.

Fancy anything on the list? Which one/s is/are your favorite?

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DIY: Paper Flower Bouquets Are Still All the Rage This 2018

Brides and crafters love these long-lasting beauties.

Fresh flowers do liven up a place, but they can be expensive and do not last very long. Today, paper flowers, which only used to be seen in arts and crafts classes, have become a prized item in the homes of avid crafters and in the hands of blooming brides.

But you don't need to be an expert crafter to create paper flower masterpieces. With a few easily sourced materials, a detailed guide, and a bit of patience, you will be able to fill your space with dainty floral paper creations. Below, we share just one of many ways to create paper flowers, courtesy of DIY-Paper Crafts on YouTube.

For this project, you will need colored paper cut into squares (green for the leaves along with other colors you want for the flowers), a pencil or marker, a pair of scissors, glue, and anything round to use as a shape guide.


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12 Awesome Devices To Make Your Home Smart

It really pays (or, in this case, save) to be smart!

Homeowners have always loved placing different furniture and stuff in their houses. But now, with the advancement of technology, everything seems to look futuristic. From locks to speakers to switches, everything is now more connected to gadgets that are never installed before.

Elite Readers has a compiled a list of smart home gadgetries perfect for any type of house. This one here, though, is inspired by Fortune’s very own editor, Stacey Higginbotham. So, if you are looking to revamp your crib a bit, this compilation might just give you an idea. You can thank us later!

#1. Curb Energy


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30 Brilliant Ways To Use Old Stuff You’re About To Throw Away

Stop throwing stuff away. Do this instead.

Before you throw anything away, really think about it. For example, if you’ve finished burning a candle that comes in a big glass jar, don’t waste it. Instead, drain out the leftover wax and use it as storage. This is called “upcycling.” Upcycling is “the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value.”

And it’s not just for people who love arts and crafts. These ideas are worth trying (and will make your home a whole lot cooler).

1.) Using an old ladder as a bookshelf.


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