Finding an escape from the stresses of daily life may be more trouble than it’s worth. Whether it’s planning for a holiday or hiring the right caregiver for the kids, taking a break is a challenge in and of itself. The next best solution? Create your own relaxation corner with these 7 home gadgets and simply zone out.
- Samsung The Frame televisionWith its 4K display and clean edges that resemble a minimalist picture mount’s, Samsung’s latest television makes for a great (and unassuming) home cinema screen that blends in perfectly in with your wall paintings.
- Philips Hue Go lamp Unlike its fixed lighting system cousin, the battery-powered Hue Go is capable of functioning as a standalone appliance. Set it atop a cosy coffee table and create the right ambience for relaxation with 7 different lighting presets.
- Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM waterproof speakerEven if you are not headed to the pool, the WONDERBOOM will make for a great shower companion. While it may be small in size, this waterproof speaker is big on sound with its 360-degree design and is even drop-proof from up to 5 feet.
- Nespresso Creatista Plus coffee machineIf you are a coffee aficionado, the home barista experience is even more achievable now with the Creatista Plus and its steam wand, a handy tool for producing cups of creamy cappuccino and frothy latte art alike.
- Toast Living CASA Aroma scent diffuser Don’t let its unassuming shape fool you – the CASA Aroma diffuser releases a constant stream of scents at a rate of 2.5 million ultrasound vibrations per second for a truly refreshing experience.
- Ogawa Master Drive massage chair Powered by cutting-edge Japanese technology, the Ogawa Master Drive massage chair is optimised for high performance as it precisely targets your acupuncture points through 22 presets and 500 customisable programs for ultimate stress relief.
- OSIM uVision eye massager Good eye care is the start to personal well-being – so make ocular fatigue a thing of the past with the OSIM uVision and its soothing vibrations that improve blood circulation around the eyes.
This was adapted from an article originally published in the October 2017 issue of SquareRooms.