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The horizontal shower

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Despite what you might have seen in movies, the early morning routine of getting ready for work is not fun. Or soundtracked.

So, we're always open-eared for any development which might make it all a bit easier. Behold, the horizontal shower. The day-improving invention allows you to roll out of bed and stay in the same comfortable position while you wash the sleep away.

It was unveiled by Dornbracht at a recent trade show in Switzerland and features an array of showerheads that have a whole load of fancy programmes to make you feel attacked or subdued by your shower bed.

It's not available for normals like us and you to buy just yet but as soon as it is, we'll be wishing we could actually afford to buy it.

[Via Archello]

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