What better way to say how outrageously wealthy you are than by literally flushing money down the toilet? The Toilet Paper Man of Australia will sell you the world's most expensive bathroom tissue -- made of genuine 22 carat gold -- for the equivalent of about 1.3 million US dollars for a single roll.
This bathtub is carved from a single block of quartz. Asking price, $1,000,000.
There are multiple jet set-ups, and then there are extreme multiple jet set-ups. Courtesy of Architectural Engineering Magazine.
Sometimes, you want a toilet that makes a statement. Sometimes that statement is, "I have loads of money but very little taste."
This is one of the several decorated bathrooms at the John Michael Kohler (yes, as in Kohler fixtures) Arts Center in Sheboygan, WI. The artist is Ann Agee.
This Bling Bling toilet is diamond encrusted and will only set you back $75,000.
If your kitchen or bathroom needs a makeover, the Spanish company Maier offers a luxury solution. This Diamond faucet will give a sparkling and luxurious look to any bathroom or kitchen. Two variants are available. The first one is a floral design for a feminine touch made of 1720 Swarovski crystals.
A close-up of a high-end tub from West One bathrooms.
iHouse’s SmartFaucet allows users to save a preferred water flow and temperature and link it to a particular person via facial recognition to automate the faucet for individual users. The faucet also comes with a touchscreen panel at the top that can be used to access weather conditions, calendar and emails.
Japan seems to have no qualms of letting a toilet represent the nation at the World Expo in Shanghai in the Japan Industry Pavilion. The Regio Toilet is a one-of-a-kind gold plated toilet made by Inax Corp. (The toilet will even serenade with music courtesy of the built-in digital sound system.)
One of the bathing rooms at the Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, a beachside 5 Star hotel resort in Dubai.
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