The OaksContemporary Powder Room, Los Angeles
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3. Fresh bowl. Now that you’ve removed the toilet bowl ring with a pumice stone, it’s time to freshen it up even more. Pass on expensive cleaners and simply pour a few capfuls of mouthwash into the bowl to remove buildup and smells.
If you are planning a toilet compartment, the NKBA recommends a space about 36 by 66 inches, with a 32-inch-wide doorway. The absolute minimum would be 30 by 60 inches, which leaves just 15 inches of space on either side of the toilet rough-in.Tip: If you're worried about the bottom of your toilet scratching your floor tile or hardwood during installation, consider using scraps of Kerdi waterproofing membrane on the bottom of the toilet. Anything that will stick to the toilet bottom — extra peel-'n-stick tiles, scraps of linoleum, etc. — can work. Remodeling soon? Find bath remodelers and general contractors near your project.More: Meet the New Super Toilets
In this space, notice how the base of the toilet and the top of the tank look very much like the molding in the room. This traditional style is perfect for this bathroom's décor. The wall niche with decorative accents and an orchid create a lovely sight.