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Do You Use a Decorative Toilet Brush Holder?

Ever since spicing up my powder room, I've been lusting over the Newbury Bowl Brush ($89) at Restoration Hardware. My hubby, well, not so much. He feels that purchasing, and then displaying, an item that will only sit around and collect bacteria is a waste of money, and just plain gross. I get his point, but it's oh so pretty! What about you? Do you use a decorative toilet brush holder in your pad?

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c4rolin3 c4rolin3 7 years
definitely a middle option and you have to have one with a container!! i remember my uni friend (who is a penny pincher, bless her) bought a toilet brush which just sat in a saucer type thing rather than sat in a holder which was closed off disgusting.
snowysakurasky snowysakurasky 7 years
bought one today with a matching plunger.... stainless steel, not insanely pretty but im stoked
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 7 years
Ugh yeah I definitely toss the whole $2 plastic things out every once in a while. If someone was willing to disinfect it for me, I'd get a prettier one, though.
ella1978 ella1978 7 years
I know it's not the most earth friendly thing around, but I bought the scrub brush with the disposable heads. I'm not a fan of leaving icky brushes lying in anything where they collect water and fecal matter. I throw out the disposable head and wash off the handle every time. Then I don't require any of that. I do a lot to help the planet, but this is one thing I won't budge on. Who wants to clean that thing out? Ew...
skigurl skigurl 7 years
i need a middle option here - i have the same dilemma as you! i wanted a $20 one that looks just like the one pictured above (well actually i want one for each of my bathrooms!) and i was told (by a few people, my boyfriend included) that it was "a waste of money" -- booooo so i have 2 cheap white ones and they hide in my 2 least-used-by-guests bathrooms behind the toilets as far hidden as possible...my pretty guest room on the main level doesn't have one, but if it did, it would have a decorative one ;)
EricaJane EricaJane 7 years
bed bath and beyond has a similar chrome one for less than half that.. i mean, i get that it's good looking, but it's still silly that it costs so much.. On a side note, I have a set of chrome bathroom accessories from Restoration Hardware, and after only 6 months, they are falling apart, so, not too sure about their bathroom accessory quality..
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