Differences Between Modern and Traditional Toilets

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    Modern toilets

    Toilets do not seem like something that requires much consideration when looking into remodeling a home or fixing up a restaurant or office bathroom, do they? But the weird thing is that a toilet tends to be one of the main focal points when entering a bathroom, along with the shower and the sink of course, but still the toilet does matter if you are trying to catch an eye out of your bathrooms design.

    You normally would not think of toilet design being an innovative topic, but like everything else in a home or building, the toilet has gone through some changes too. Commercial toilets and home toilets have for a long time remained true to the traditional design, made from ceramics with a quiet gravity flush. The flushing aspect is important, and is the more complicated part of the toilet because it is the part that usually requires the most repairs and maintenance. Commercial toilets made from the traditional design are constantly in need of repairs because of the frequent use they receive, while home toilets require a little less maintenance but still could cause problems just as easily.

    Today, many people stick to the traditional way of doing things, but with such amazing modern designers and younger generations being a little more open minded to this retro home look, modern toilets are making their way on the market. Like many other things in interior design, designers are taking the concepts of the old designs and combining them with their modern eye.

    Contemporary toilets are made from heavy steal, which is similar to the old style before ceramics came along. These are pressure assisted toilets, in which they have duel flush pressurized systems to prevent the old common flaws of the traditional toilet. Modern toilets are great for not only giving your bathroom a new look, but also preventing clogging. Although the modern toilet may be a little noisier, some of the even newer ones have heating settings and features that help decrease odor.

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    Comments (5)

    • Ken Little

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      Yeah. I’m going to have to agree, the idea of sitting on a cold heavy metal toilet in the morning after i wake up doesnt sound appealing, especially thinking about how cold it would be in the winter!

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    • Leslie May

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      Yeah. I’m going to have to agree, the idea of sitting on a cold heavy metal toilet in the morning after i wake up doesnt sound appealing, especially thinking about how cold it would be in the winter!

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    • KEnnedy Burton

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      Yeah. I’m going to have to agree, the idea of sitting on a cold heavy metal toilet in the morning after i wake up doesnt sound appealing, especially thinking about how cold it would be in the winter!

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    • Vernon Frahm

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      Yeah. I’m going to have to agree, the idea of sitting on a cold heavy metal toilet in the morning after i wake up doesnt sound appealing, especially thinking about how cold it would be in the winter!

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    • Michael Lyons

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      Yeah. I’m going to have to agree, the idea of sitting on a cold heavy metal toilet in the morning after i wake up doesnt sound appealing, especially thinking about how cold it would be in the winter!

      Reply

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