Published at Sunday, 06 May 2018. Toilet Seat. By Margarita Yelizaveta.
Choosing a color toilet can create beautiful statement effects especially in a simple neutral-on-neutral palette. Consider going with a black lid on a white toilet or go bold with an entirely black toilet. Just make sure to pick up the black accent with other objects so the toilet doesn’t aggressively stand out. On the other hand color can sometimes be the right choice so the toilet doesn’t stand out. When using a dark wall material such as earthy stone tiles a gray or beige toilet will be somewhat camouflaged.
Rarely is it practical to move a toilet if you aren’t designing your bathroom from scratch (i.e. during a new build). If possible keep in mind that a toilet should be a minimum of 15 inches from nearby objects (such as showers walls and vanities) measured from the centerline of the toilet. For more comfort 18 or more inches is recommended. If you can’t relocate try to avoid adding obstacles such as towel bars and consider using a small vanity. Also an elongated toilet seat (longer and narrower than a standard rounded seat) may give you a little extra leg room.
Add-on units are even more affordable. Tushy’s bidet attachment shown here which affixes to any standard American toilet in less than 10 minutes costs $69. No plumbing or electrical are required. For a little more money you can get a Tushy that allows you to attach a hose to the hot water beneath your sink and have a warm-water bidet. It’s great for rental units in which you’re not allowed to make upgrades. There’s no air dryer so you still need to use a little toilet paper.
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