Sadly, there are two and a half billion people across the world who do not have access to safe bathroom sanitation such as contemporary toilets. Of these people, one billion use pit latrines while others have to defecate in the open. While this may weigh heavy on your heart, it should not stop you from purchasing contemporary toilets for your home. While the patent for the first American toilet was given in 1857 and was known as the plunger closet, contemporary toilets today have come much further both in terms of design and efficiency. In fact, with water saving toilets, you can actually utilize a green option in your home that will help you save on water bills. At the same time, modern toilets can still be stylish and trendy and come in an assortment of colors and styles.
If you want something else that will add both style and luxury for your home, you should also consider walk in bathtubs. Depending on the owner’s preference, walk in bath tubs have a pressurized door that opens either outward or inward and always for a watertight seal when closed. While one of the main function for walk in bathtubs is to provide people who have trouble walking with a way to take a bath, the fact that they are deep an usually have spa jets make them luxurious because they can provide a massage and a full soak for anyone who sits in them.