A toilet is a piece of sanitary hardware that collects human urine and feces, and sometimes toilet paper, usually for disposal. Flush toilets use water, while dry or non-flush toilets do not. They can be designed for a sitting position popular in Europe and North America with a toilet seat, with additional considerations for those with disabilities, or for a squatting posture more popular in Asia (see squat toilet). In urban areas, flush toilets are usually connected to a sewer system that leads to septic tanks in isolated areas. The waste is known as blackwater and the combined effluent including other sources is sewage. Dry toilets are connected to a pit, removable container, composting chamber, or other storage and treatment device, including urine diversion with a urine-diverting toilet.

An Smart Toilet is a bathroom plumbing fixture or type of electronic bidet toilet which incorporates traditional bidet cleansing (for genital, buttocks and anus hygiene), with the added enhancement of modern SMART home technology.

A wall hung toilet is a system in which the toilet bowl is mounted directly to the wall, while its tank is installed inside the wall. This allows wall hung toilets to take up less space. Having the tank behind the wall gives a more modern look since the working parts are hidden.

The Wall Mounted Cabinet is a unit that can be installed on the wall, suspended from the floor, and that allows you to furnish the living area with models that range from classic solutions to modern proposals.

A floor mounted vanity is mounted on the floor. If your plumbing is already positioned, this type of vanity can conceal it very effectively. A modern floor mounted vanity can deliver excellent looks and practical amenities.

Outdoor toilets are referred to by many terms throughout the English-speaking world. The term "outhouse" is used in North American English for the structure over a toilet, usually a pit latrine ("long drop"). However, in British English "outhouse" means any outbuilding, such as a shed or barn.

A bathroom mirror can also play its part in making your bathroom appear larger by reflecting the light and space around. This forms an optical illusion of extending your bathroom and provides more natural light, thereby making the space look bigger.

A bathroom cabinet is a cabinet in a bathroom, most often used to store hygiene products, toiletries, and sometimes also medications such that it works as an improvised medicine cabinet. Bathroom cabinets are usually placed under sinks, over sinks, or above toilets. Many mirror cabinets are combined with a lamp that illuminates the mirror and thereby (especially in small bathrooms) also the room. Bathroom cabinets often either have an integrated electrical socket or are placed close to one so that appliances such as an electric shaver or hairdryer can be used. Bathroom cabinets have become much more technologically advanced with retailers today offering features like Bluetooth audio, mood lighting, and anti-fog technology.

In addition to the above products, we also provide ordinary toilets for customers to choose from.