2013 holiday gift guide: outrageous and outside-the-box ideas
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(BPT) - With the holiday season quickly approaching, it's officially shopping crunch time. This year, consider some innovative and imaginative gift ideas sure to impress even the hardest to shop for on your list. You may want to gift yourself a holiday treat, too.

For the aspiring rock star

One of the hottest home gadgets, the KOHLER Moxie Showerhead + Wireless Speaker, just got even hotter. Its wireless Bluetooth-enabled speaker is now available in four new colors (chartreuse, retro blue, navy blue or cherry red). While the showerhead comes standard with a white speaker, the colored units available for purchase separately make it easy for each member of the family to rock out with a speaker of their very own. Outside-the-bath bonus: the wireless speaker pops out for musical enjoyment on the go.

For the sweet tooth

Looking for the sweetest gift of them all? Wrap up the Holiday Trio - a special line of KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates inspired by the rich smells and tastes of the season. The Holiday Trio box includes Caramel Apple, Mint Leaf and Cranberry Clove flavored chocolates - a combination that your favorite foodie is sure to savor. All are available at www.kohlerchocolates.com.

For the one who dreams in green

For this one, skip the wrapping paper and mark your calendars for an ultimate golf getaway to play award-winning golf courses and pamper yourself at a top-of-the-line spa in Kohler, Wisc. The Rounds & Relaxation Package includes a two-night stay at The Carriage House at The American Club, the newly renovated 55-room annex located above the Five-Star Kohler Waters Spa. Golfers will play two 18-hole rounds of golf on Meadow Valleys or River courses at Blackwolf Run, or the Irish course at Whistling Straits, and will enjoy two 50-minute services at the Kohler Waters Spa. Package perks include discounts at the Kohler Waters Spa and on lessons at Kohler Golf Academy. Call 800-344-2838 for more information.

For the ruler of the roost

If money isn't a factor in your gift-giving equation, look no further than the Numi toilet from Kohler. The recipient of this throne is sure to feel like royalty. Numi, Kohler's most advanced toilet with bidet functionality, is full of regal features including heated seat and foot warmers, dual-flush technology and an interactive LCD touch-screen interface. Recent updates include a Bluetooth receiver to stream music from mobile devices, a variety of ambient lighting options, an SD card for selecting custom playlists and personalized greetings and an accessible battery pack to ensure that Numi will continue to flush normally in the event of a power outage. This royal flush is worth the splurge.

For more gift ideas, visit kohlerathome.com.

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