Blobb tiles are what happens when Salvador Dalí meets Bob Vila. Long after your shower dries, the tiles still look wet—liquid, in fact. The glass and ceramic squares have been manufactured to look like they are dripping, oozing, or splashing, depending on which you choose. The inventor, Analia Segal, an Argentine artist in New York, wanted to expand our aesthetic and utilitarian notions of tiles—which for thousands of years have comprised everything from mosaics to bathhouses—by “entwining the viewer in heightened levels of complexity with our surroundings.” What that means to you: a bathroom that surpasses “beautiful” and enters the realm of “far out.” —Ian Daly

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