The Neo-Metro Cerine toilets have stainless steel construction and can be covered in mahogany, cherry, bamboo, leather or a custom material. Prices start at $2,498.
Kohler released the Hatbox toilet at New York’s Fashion Week. The tankless design incorporates a .2-horsepower electric pump enclosed within the toilet bowl. Heels are not required for use, but certainly add style.
The International Center for Bathroom Etiquette attempts to educate the public on proper lavatory behavior and answers such pressing questions as, “when is it proper to use the kiddie urinal?”
American Standard is after the Holy Grail of home plumbing: The plunger-less toilet. And they believe they’ve found it with the Champion, which can flush 24 golf balls at a time. The New York Times profiles the business and its efforts to improve the flushing capacity of its products.
The Champion resulted from research showing that customers would buy a toilet that they never had to use a plunger on. That the company even did such research, Mr. Poses maintained, showed that it is finally out of its traditional “if we build it, they will buy it” mentality. “For us,” he said, “the Champion is a milestone.”