The guest bathroom's compact and streamlined one-piece toilet with integrated cleansing includes an elongated bowl for added room and comfort, a tankless design with direct water supply and a touchscreen LCD remote control.
The simple silhouette of this modern smart toilet brings high tech function in a compact form to this corner of the bathroom. A metal toilet paper holder brings industrial shine to the space while the wooden wastebasket brings a natural texture to the room.
Sure signs for replacing a toilet include recurring clogs, porcelain cracks and scratches, and needing to replace too many parts in the tank. But these days, one reason reigns supreme for replacing the porcelain throne: water conservation. Toilet flushing accounts for nearly 30 percent of residential indoor water consumption according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). You can save $2,000 over the lifetime of the toilet in your home by going with a high-performance, low-flow option. That long-term savings trumps an inexpensive, temporary fix on an older toilet model.
A stalled water closet separates the toilet from the rest of the master bathroom in HGTV Dream Home 2015. The state-of-the-art toilet features a touch-free flush and built-in sensors for alerting the homeowner of tank leaks, a feature that is designed to save both water and money.
This contemporary bathroom features white walls with contrasting dark brown tiled floors, creating the ultimate minimalistic feel. A half wall between the main bathroom area and toilet allows for the spaces to feel private and divided.