as this is obviously a computer rendering.. and may not even exist in the tangible realm.. do we need to debate it's hotness?
Toilet kit = tank and bowl.
A somple wicker basket with a lid works just fine...
Can I order this from a Lillian Vernon catalog, or should I just clip it out of the back of Parade Magazine this Sunday?
I really don't like seeing reading material in the bathroom. I know that people enjoy reading while engaged in various activities, but I don't like seeing evidence of it. How hard is it to put it out of sight?In terms of TP, one roll tucked away in an obvious place is a nice thing for guests. No one wants to run out of paper at another person's house and not know where the rest lives. But, baskets or stacks of TP don't belong out in the open.But, maybe I'm in the minority here.
I like the idea, but not the colors. If it was all black or perhaps silver, would LOVE!!!
I second no reading material in the bathroom.
I "third" that. Is it a guy thing, or what? My husband always keeps reading material in there (not that kind of reading material, folks).
"Is it a guy thing, or what?"Yes, but the flipside is that we don't concern ourselves about the need for new guest towels, feel the need to change the wallpaper every couple of years, or decide that needlepoint bathroom art is a necessity either...
Um, speak for yourself.
I just hate things with sharp edges that I can accidentally cut myself on. And this does look like clutter to me.
Ugly! Another thing to collect dust and when steam and dust meet another thing to clean.
the single biggest pet-peeve of my live-in boyfriend: reading material in the bathroom.yuck. i would definitely pass on anything that would encourage that behavior!!
*ABOUT my live-in boyfriend, I mean! ;)
what a pointless product.the top of the tank is more useful than this.
I rather like the dish scrubber doll listed below it on the website.
LMAO @ silvarga... Hysterical!
Eeww! Definitely "not".
I get panicky if I'm anywhere with nothing to read.
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