I’ve installed one of these compact toilet units into another bathroom in my house and have found it to be an superb solution, doing what a standard sized bathroom compact toilet. If you like the idea of a tank-less bathroom you could be interested in the Kohler purist hatbox bathroom, but you’ll need a good-sized budget to afford one. Retailing for under US $3000, this toilet resembles nothing you will have ever noticed before. In fact, when I saw it reminded me of a pedal bin, but it’s a little bit better than that.
With sleek lines and a powerful flushing program, the hatbox bathroom is designed with a minimalist feel and might look great in any modern home or executive package. They can often be located at the best rooms at the best resorts.
There are however much more economical alternatives, and you can grab a compact design for around $300. It may not be as pretty as some of the high end goods, but it will have low water intake per flush, along with the blank look that will enhance the aesthetics of any bathroom.
The one thing about those toilets is that they are often low amount units and if you are tall or elderly you may find sitting and getting off them a little bit of a battle. I have always favored the slightly taller bathrooms, on account of the fact that I am 6 feet in height. Fortunately, with two bathrooms, we’ve been up to accommodate both kinds of bathroom, which is the perfect scenario.
When it comes to remodelling a bathroom we are now faced with more choice than ever before. In years gone by the only option offered to us in several instances was what colour of suite we’d match but now times have moved on and also a toilet is now a room that’s been bitten by the interior layout bug and with that comes all different types of fixtures and fittings. The slim line toilet is one such fitting that has grown hugely in popularity in the last couple of decades. So why should you think about fitting a slim line toilet in your bathroom?