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Domestic Science: Toilet Brush Holder Roundup

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Domestic Science: Toilet Brush Holder Roundup

Christine Chang Hanway January 13, 2012

A perennial issue: How to incorporate the unglamorous toilet brush holder into an otherwise stylish bath. Here are three we like:

Above: For three generations, the German company Redecker has been making brushes and household items out of natural materials: the Redecker Toilet Brush features an oiled-beech handle and plant-fiber bristles and the Redecker WC Toilet Brush Holder is made of galvanized metal. They are available only in Germany; go to Redecker for ordering information.

Above: Iris Hantverk’s brushes are handmade in Sweden by the visually impaired. The Round Bath Brush is made with horsehair, £12.50; and the Loo Brush comes with a small concrete pot, £34.95.

Above: Julie and I are fans of UK company Labour and Wait’s Toilet Brush and Holder; £18.

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