Eric Meyer’s toilet
“This little beauty is a Kohler lower-use model, capped at a maximum 1.6gal/6L flush, but with an inner bowl shape and exit portal designed with Science! to reduce plug-ups and other nasty surprises. As a result, we mostly keep the plunger there to prevent the kids using it as toy. Again.
I picked the exact model out myself, after agonizing about the choice for whole minutes in the porcelain aisle at the local Home Depot and then wrestling the box into the back of our minivan. Duly installed by rough day-laborers in our brand-new palatial master bathroom, the height is ideal for the adults who use it, and the enlongated bowl is especially useful because— but that would be bragging. As intended, the slight off-white coloration harmonizes with the accompanying toilet paper and room accents, while providing a pleasing contrast to the wood and earth tones surrounding it.
The surrounding space is balanced just so, creating a feeling of comfort without being too crowded. As a crowning touch, the 20-degree angle on the room provides just enough freshness to communicate a feeling of edgy off-kilterism without being too banally outré.”