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Moffat, Sallie
November 2007
Kitchen & Bath Business;Nov2007, Vol. 54 Issue 11, p46
Trade Publication
The article focuses on trends in selecting toilets for the home. As far as style, most consumers are leaning toward a modern aesthetic, specifically one-piece toilets with clean lines and a simple, flat skiff that is nice and easy to clean, according to Cindy Bayon, interior designer at Muratore Corp. In addition, high-tech toilet seats are also gaining in popularity. Of utmost importance, water efficiency is now a dominant trend, said Lenora Campos, public relations manager at TOTO USA Inc.


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