50 of the Most Mind-Blowing Toilets Ever Created
These are far from your standard toilets…
According to Imgur user “thangcz,” this is a public toilet (in a club) that’s meant for throwing up in! It seems the establishment is notorious for a heavy pour. Here’s how to keep toilet screws from rusting.
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What’s a better bathroom view than this?! The lone toilet sits high on Mt. Whitney, perfect for hikers who like a challenge, both on the pot and off! What, no bidet on top of the mountain? Here’s why you need one!
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Isis (Swarovski) Toilet
Can you imagine spending a whopping $75,000 on a toilet? Jemal Wright designed this Swarovski crystal-studded toilet to fulfill your lust for luxury. Check out these expert tips for buying a toilet.
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Herbeau 5501 Dagobert Wooden Toilet Throne
Make sitting on your toilet throne a reality with this wooden wonder. And just in case you have the cash to dole out, it’s on sale for $10,238! What a bargain, right?
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This toilet creation will make you think twice before sitting on the pot! The coolest part is the intricately painted shark mouth around the bottom of the bowl.
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Bose Noise Canceling Toilet
How nice would it be to own a toilet that buffers the sound of you doing your business (wink wink)? For a real Bose experience, check out the Bose SoundLink Revolve+.
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Crystal Clear Toilet
Is it chic or weird to have a toilet that’s fully see-through?
If you get a clear toilet, you better keep it really clean with these DIY toilet cleaning bombs.
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Comfy Chair Toilet
Do you know that one person who spends so long in the bathroom they might as well make it their home away from home? Well you might want to send this cushy toilet creation their way. Take a look at these 9 super simple toilet tune-ups.
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This is the ideal toilet design for the ultimate nature lover. The toilet is cut out of a large log laying on the ground. If you like the rustic look, here’s how to create a authentic-looking sliding barn door.
Vintage Armchair Toilet
Toilets have certainly seen many designs throughout history. And while they’re quite simple today, the lack of plumbing long ago made for more design around the toilet, like this vintage toilet made of a wooden armchair and metal bucket. Could your toilet work better? Here’s how to improve its performance.
What did toilets on a spacecraft once look like? This is just one example from decades past displayed at a museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Long ago, toilets were mere holes in the ground. These public toilets were once a reality of Ephesus, an ancient Greek city, located near the Turkish province of Izmir.
Living in a castle in France doesn’t sound too shabby! And long before plumbing made toilets what they are today, the rich and royal could enjoy this chaise percee toilet chair. Ever wonder why some old houses have random toilets in the basement? Here’s your answer!
Open-Air Squat Toilet
Can you imagine a day when going to the bathroom was simply squatting over an open-air toilet? This one is constructed of wood with stone walls, allowing just a teeny bit of privacy for its users.
Coffee Bean Toilet
This isn’t your average coffee art! Beans come to life in the form of a toilet. Appetizing? Not so much. Creative? Sure!
Ever wanted to drink your cup of coffee out of a toilet? Probably not, but at least you can add a little humor to your morning with this coffee mug that resembles a toilet! When it comes to real toilets, here’s how to clean a sluggish one.
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Need a good gag gift? Why not give your friend with the most toilet humor this funny toilet trophy?
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Palmiro Modern Bathroom Toilet
This contemporary toilet is sure to turn heads when guests step into your bathroom. Black from head to toe, it’s certainly a major diversion from the typical white fixtures in most bathrooms. If you’re thinking about buying a new toilet, here’s the right time to replace it.
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Robert Arneson, John with Art
Sculptor Robert Arneson is known for some pretty out-of-the-box artwork, including some toilets that are definitely NSFW. This cool toilet may look PG at first glance, but there’s more than meets the eye! Take a closer look at the flush handle, the fingernails on one end of the horseshoe seat, and, if you search for images, you’ll see what’s inside!
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White Marble Toilet
This white toilet is definitely not your average everyday fixture! Intricately designed, it’s made of luxurious Bianco Carrara marble. Love the look of marble but can’t afford the real deal? Here’s how to paint faux marble.
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Water Closet at the Palace Hotel
This toilet at the Palace Hotel in Venice, Italy looks more like a piece of neon artwork than an actual bathroom fixture! Want to create some artwork? Here’s how to do it on the cheap in minutes!
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Have you ever checked out the website People of Craigslist? Well, they always find the funniest things, including a Craigslist upload of a toilet/bike combo! People will sell pretty much anything. If you like multi-purpose gadgets, then check out these 12 tricked out lawn mowers!
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Game of Thrones Toilet
If you think you’re a big fan of Game of Thrones, just check out this super-fan’s work. John Giovanazzi created this iron throne-inspired toilet that is just as alluring as it is intimidating! Love watching TV? Then you might like this DIY TV stand.
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If you’ve ever wanted to feel like Poseidon sitting on his throne, this fishbowl toilet is right up your alley. You’ll want to put down your newspaper and feast your eyes on the marine life all around.
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Julien Bench Toilet
If you have $11,475 to spare, then you ought to consider the Bench Toilet, designed by Troy Adams. It’s the ideal luxury purchase for those who would prefer keeping their toilet tucked away, since, when it’s not acting as a toilet, it’s acting as a powder room bench!
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If you’re upping your sustainability game, you might want to consider investing in, or DIYing a composting toilet. This one is complete with wood shavings, a scoop, paper, a seat and brush.
Prefer to limit your composting to yard debris? Here’s how to make your own simple compost bin.
Dual-Flush Toilet With Integrated Hand Washing Basin
If you’re looking for a space-saving, utility-bill lowering gadget, then you ought to consider buying yourself a toilet/sink combo! This dual-flush toilet tank, with integrated hand washing basin, is a “smart” investment. You may also want to check out these 8 myths about saving energy at home.
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Traditional Pit Latrine
At first glance, this might look like it belongs to some type of vermin! But it’s actually a traditional pit latrine. One thing’s for certain: it’s far from glamorous. While there wasn’t much to an old latrine, today’s toilets are much different!
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While this toilet, from the Hampton Court collection, United Kingdom, doesn’t have much to it, it does allow its user to rest their behind on a beautiful velvet cushion!
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ToTo’s Miyabi Collection
This high-end toilet comes from ToTo’s Miyabi Collection, costing a whopping $7,150. The entire collection was created to represent each season, with designs painted on a white canvas, including: bamboo and plum for summer, the maple leaf for fall, the pine tree for winter and the plum tree for spring.
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Neo-Metro’s Neo Comby
If you want your toilet/sink combo to be on the ultra luxe side, check out this $5,938 stainless steel toilet from Neo-Metro. Along with the combination of toilet and sink, it also features a towel rack and small compartment for holding toilet paper.
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World Toilet Day Inflatable Toilet
World Toilet Day was officially declared in 2013 at the 67th session of the UN General Assembly in New York, and there was an absolutely massive inflatable toilet to commemorate it! If you’re a fan of inflatables, check out these 11 crazy-cool beach inflatables.
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Russellborough Toilet Bowl Remains
This toilet bowl may not look all that significant, but long ago it served occupants of Russellborough. While today there are only ruins of the residence of two royal colonial governors, it was once one of the nicest homes along the North Carolina coast!
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Japanese Toilet Installation
At this museum in Japan, you put on a special “poop” hat, climb the ladder to this giant toilet and fall down it! But where do you go? You get “flushed” down a slide that leads to a class where you learn about all the different kinds of poop! If you like toilet talk, check out these 12 toilet seat lids you have to see to believe.
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Mr. Toilet House
Is it a massive toilet? Is it a weirdly shaped building? It’s both! This toilet-shaped museum in South Korea was built to help people learn about sanitation. Mr. Toilet House resides in Suwon, South Korea and was built by Sim Jae-duck, founder of the World Toilet Association.
Photo: Courtesy of Lee Youn-sook
World’s Smallest Flushable Toilet
Yep! There’s actually a teeny tiny toilet out in the world that can actually flush. Check out the toilet in all its itsy-bitsy flushing glory on YouTube. Can you believe it’s just 4 inches tall?
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INAX USA Toilet
This high-tech toilet caters to your needs, quite literally. As you walk toward the toilet, its lid rises and its seat heats! Music will even play from a sound card, and the deodorizer will turn on. When you’re done, the toilet flushes all on its own. If you want this luxury toilet, you’ll have to cough up $8,599.50.
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Stefano Giovannoni Tech Toilet
This $2,650 toilet was designed by Stefano Giovannoni (part of Laufen’s Ilbagnoalessi One). Its curvy appearance alone will turn heads. It can be mounted on a wall or stand on the floor, and either way, it resembles a piece of art more than an actual toilet. If you love art, check out how to paint over an old canvas for DIY wall art.
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Kohler’s Numi High-Tech Toilet
Kohler calls this luxury toilet “a new standard of excellence in the bathroom.” The toilet’s modern and compact design makes it ideal for achieving minimalism in your bathroom without sacrificing functionality. You can expect a motion-activated cover and seat, advanced bidet functionality, integrated air dryer, deodorizer, heated seat, foot warmer, illuminated panels and music.
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This bizarre toilet caters to the writer who wants to keep up with their tasks, while on a cushy toilet, doing their business. It’s a full-on desk with a chair and toilet all in one! Perhaps this simple modern computer desk makes more sense for you!
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For the Apple lover, this creative toilet is just the thing! Sit on it with your iPhone or iPad in hand just to really play the part.
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For the lover of little things, check out the MiniLoo toilet by Neo-Metro. It’s a bite-sized toilet that uses a European in-wall flushing mechanism and requires an in-wall tank flush and carrier system. Whether you want it in Barbie pink or fire-engine red, you can be as flashy as you want! You may also like this mini classic DIY workbench for kids.
Photo: Courtesy of Neo-Metro
Toilet Bowl Go-Kart
Now this is the ultimate porta-potty! A DIYer named Dave created this toilet out of two recycled toilets, a couple of water coolers, six rolls of toilet paper, one old toilet bowl seat (for the steering wheel) and some scrap metal.
Photo: Courtesy of Jalopnik
Ilbagnoalessi dOt Toilet
Part of Laufen’s Ilbagnoalessi dOt collection, this toilet was designed by Dutch architect and designer Wiel Arets. It’s a minimalist’s dream with its clean angles and asymmetrical shapes. Toilets are fascinating, right? Here’s a brief journey through the interesting history of the toilet.
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