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So, the bathroom has two light switches. One - turns on the lights. The other? Some gentle blue lights inset around the base of the bath, some blue LEDs around the main ceiling lights, and these, illuminating the bath's plughole and its control.

I'm sorry. It's been a very long day. ^_^

 
 
 
 
 
 
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"Cato? Cato! Zees gentlemun would laike to inspect mai plughole. Please let him in, for I am busy."
I wish MY plughole glowed that way.
You never know - it may well do so already. The thing is, it does require assuming a bit of an awkward angle for proper viewing.

That's nice. ^^ I imagine it works very well when you're trying to create a soothing atmosphere, suitable for relaxing in the tub...
I think I'll have to give it a try, now I know the extent of the effect. ^_^ I always have Hyzenthlay with me, of course, so I could always leave a good iTunes visualiser running as well, for additional hue effects. Only problem is, it's not actually a very long bath, so I can't completely lie (mostly) flat - but long enough to be able to relax and catch up on my RSS feeds.

(The water heater's really nifty, too - just a heavily insulated small cylinder, operating purely on an on-demand basis. Turn the tap on to run the bath, four seconds later, hot water's there, as much or as little as you want. So nice not having to ensure there's a hot tankful - would be ideal for multiple people wanting to have baths, of course)

*noddles* Hmm... I've got to admit if I was lying in the tub, catching up on feeds would probably be the last thing on my mind. :) Not to mention that I wouldn't want to take a laptop in there with me unless it was totally waterproof. c.c

(That being said, my tub's really got the same problem, too: I just don't fit into it. I'm pretty tall, and the bathroom's pretty small, with no room for a bigger (wider, longer) tub, so...)
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Despite the fact it was something like 1.30am, and I needed to be up in under five hours, I had to grab the camera and take a couple shots of it to share. ^_^

Hurm. The day I design and build my own house (or maybe my bathroom), I shall add this feature.

Because it is most definitely essential.
With jacuzzi-style jets, one hopes. Having had the pleasure, I can verify that's a most wondrous means of relaxing.

(Even better with company)

My, that's a rather handsome plughole. ;)
You have a switch to electrocute yourself? Sweet!
Far out!!!!
Thank you for letting me admire your plug hole. ^_~
Nifty. I would never have thought of putting lights around a bathtub, because I'm boring like that. But the effect is kind of neat.

It kind of looks like something you'd expect to see over Roswell, too. Not that that's a bad thing.
Can I have your laptop once you've been electrocuted? Puh-leeeeeze?
Whoa... that's really nifty! How does the room feel with the other little lights you were mentioning?

And I'm relieved to know I'm not the only one whose thoughts went somewhere else completely upon reading the title of this post...
Can I please come to see your bathroom?


I saw the picture first, without reading any of the text, and I thought you had taken a photo of a UFO at night. :D
Pretty neat though.


Oh my gods! Close Encounters have come for you!