Colored sinks are wildly popular. Colored tubs are on the upswing. Why are our toilets not colorful?
Of course there’s almond, bone, and biscuit… but those are not really colors. Where are all the colored toilets?
We’re beginning to venture into truly colorful territory, from a “basic” black:
Scarabeo Moai Supported Toilet
To custom colors:
Neo-Metro toilet. Credit: Margarit Kady, Quality Bath customer
For a more toned-down statement, white toilets with black lids are coming into vogue.
[See? It matches the tub. I think we’re onto something here.]
In keeping with color trends, go for gray (or gray and white – who knew you could get a toilet with different colors on the tank and the seat?)…
… or gray’s shinier cousin, stainless steel.
Scarabeo Butterfly Floor Mount Toilet
Neo-Metro MiniLoo Commercial Stainless Steel Toilet
Scarabeo’s toilets are available in a dazzling array of colors including green, orange, and even gold:
Scarabeo Tizi Suspended Toilet
Scarabeo Planet Water Closet with Wall Cistern
While the Toto Waza Miyabi collection is not quite as dramatic as the bright Scarabeos, the designs are subtly beautiful.
Toto Waza Miyabi Plum Tree
It all comes down to this question: Are we heading down a slippery slope to THIS?
I sure hope not.
Once again, a shout-out to Dov for his invaluable input on this post!
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