Toilets: On Display or Tucked Away

Do you have to enclose your toilet in a closet for a master bath? – Kathy M., VA

black bathroom and white toilet


Comments (6)

  1. Rita says:

    I like the toilet to be hidden by a wall or half wall at least. But I don't have this!!!

  2. Jodi says:

    This is a fantastic design. I hope one day I will be able to afford it. I am disabled and it is hard for me to get down on my hands and knees to clean around and behind the toilet. ( I am a clean freak). Excellent design, just mop underneath. Love it!

  3. Jodi says:

    Love this design as well, can clean easy.

  4. Drewsy says:

    hidden away please, with a small window, solar tube and a door. Thank you.

  5. Judy says:

    I like privacy when I'm doing what needs to be done on a toilet. We have a large master bathroom with the toilet enclosed behind a door.
    If my husband comes into the bathroom while I'm in the "water closet", not a problem. If our toilet was out in the open, I wouldn't like it. Not to mention that any unsavory odors can stay behind the door until the fan clears the air!
    This is our 2nd home that has a water closet in the master bathroom. Love it!!!

  6. Homeowner 4 says:

    Our 30 yr old toilet wastes so much water. We've been looking for replacement unit & am realizing that the engineering to make toilets flush better has apparently resulted in long winding pipe outline on outside sides of toilet. This makes the outside of the toilet almost imposssible to keep clean. Add to that fact that most toilets are in corner or even worse. So the bowl interiors now are easier to keep clean & save water per flush. However the time & effort to keep outside clean is ridiculously worse. This is not progress. These toilets look like they'd be easy to clean. I'm checking out Toto line next. They have a 1 piece toilet that has smooth clean lines. But would they be too heavy or hard to install? Ideas?

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