We all need a bidet these days!

,With all the toilet paper hoarding going on, the time has come to convert all naysayers over to the bidet.

,My favorite analogy I ever heard, and I think it was from Kohler, was, “Do you wash your muddy car with a dry towel?”  I’ve been specifying Toto bidets for over 15 years.  My clients that have them, love them.  It was my one thing I wanted in our new home.  We are one of the few countries where bidets are not a common fixture in households (or some version).  Now that there’s a shortage in TP, this is the one thing that gets business done with far fewer squares.  And ladies, during your moon cycle this is so nice to have.  Not to mention perks like a warm seat to rest your bottom on.  Or the seat that auto lifts when the men in our lives approach (if only it would put it down).  Even the built-in night light is a nice feature.

,So what do you need to know?  While all the luxury models need electrical (to warm and pump the water, heat the seat and lift it), not all seats do.  The ones that don’t require electricity are super easy to install and this

,So what is my favorite company?

Like this article?

Share on facebook
Share on Facebook
Share on twitter
Share on Twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on Linkdin
Share on pinterest
Share on Pinterest

Related Posts

Eco Friendly Decisions
Dawn Chau

Colorado-Made Products That I Love!

I am always on the look-out for locally sourced products when working on a project. Whether it’s artwork, lighting, furniture, or even accent pieces for the final details, local artisans help me bring one-of-a-kind designs to homes.With my clients’ style and needs in mind, customizing an inspiring home is my goal in each and every project. With that in mind, I’d like to highlight some of my favorite artisans right here in Colorado.

Read More »