Spanish bathroom manufacturer Roca has come up with a rather ingenious way to solve the space-saving dilemmas that afflict many urban homeowners. According to Freshome.com, the company has created a wall mounted L-shaped furnishing called the W+W, which combines a sink and a toilet into a single assembly.
For space-saving experts, this kind of bathroom vanity is years in the making and solves the conventional problems of traditional bathroom design. The product is installed directly into the wall and is designed to improve the overall functionality of a bathroom. After all, imagine how much space you would gain if you lost a vanity or a toilet in your space!
Along with impressive versatility, Roca has designed the W+W with sustainability in mind. Much of the water that is used in the sink will be reused in the cistern portion of the device to find multiple uses for waste water. According to the news source, this can help reduce total water usage by 25 percent when compared with a standard toilet.
While the design is certainly groundbreaking, it may not be for everyone. If you could combine a sink and a toilet in your bathroom, would you install it in your space?
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