Brass Hand Shower
The Brass Hand Shower is a tool to enhance the ritual of bathing, whether a restorative soak at home or amid fresh air in our hot tub.
Inspired by the Japanese tradition of cleansing before submerging into a warm bath, allow the gentle stream of water to wash away the problems of the day. A simple experience to immerse yourself in the moment with attention and presence.
Designed by Thom Fougere Studio, the Brass Hand Shower is spun to create a round shape, with hand-drilled holes that allow water to naturally flow through. Use this object as a pre-soak rinse ritual, or to allow a cold stream of water to fall over your head while bathing in steamy water.
Our Hand Shower has a raw brass finish. This subtle, living finish gains a deep patina as it reacts to nature's elements and will earn a one-of-a-kind finish that’s as authentic as the home it lives in.
THE ART OF PAUSE
Own your moments
Elevating both the form & function of outdoor living products to create a more connected experience and encourage a slower, more considered life.
All GOODLAND products are built from natural, sustainable and honest materials. Our chosen palette; derived from the ore of stone and the heart of timber, is hand selected for its enduring properties.
Made in Canada
Crafted with pride, our products are built in Canada with a combination of traditional craftsmanship & state of the art equipment.
Designing and building our products in Canada allows us to maintain an ultra-high quality level, avoid supply chain interruptions, and add value to our local economy.
The Pursuit of Pause
Make time for yourself
MOST AUTHENTIC BATHING
Submerging oneself in water is nature's purest way of both cleansing and relaxing. The gravity of such an elemental connection allows us to feel secure and free. Hold your breath; and feel weightless in the buoyancy of the water, exhale, and let go of life's daily obligations . . .allowing yourself to sink into the moment and feel the warmth of the water pass over your body.
Outdoor bathing is not just about the ritual of the soaking (although we guarantee it to be life-changing), but rather the whole process of chopping and stacking the wood, lighting and stoking the fire, stirring the water, and adjusting the temperature. The sum of the parts create meaningful routines that evoke emotion and ground us in nature.
The crackle of the fire, the smell of fresh wood first heating then carbonizing into gentle gestures of smoke trailing from the chimney.
The pursuit of pause is a journey to be savoured: immerse yourself.
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