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    Default small but good quality toilet - suggestions?

    good day folks,

    i'm looking for a lower-profile toilet (smaller-than-average overall size) for an attic bathroom with angled ceilings and small overall footprint.

    i'd like to know your suggestions for a good quality but smaller-area friendly toilet.

    i'd prefer a round-bowl, but if the size and price are right, an elongated would suffice.

    i really appreciate your help.

    best, kavita

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    Default toilet

    Since your requirements are not the "normal" ones, you will find few companies that would produce such a limited demand unit. There are specialty manufacturers that might have such an item, and some mobile home supply stores could also feature such a toilet.

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    Default smaller profile ... but still standard plumbing ...

    hi and thanks for your note -

    i wasn't clear, i think ... i'm looking for a toilet with a smaller overall profile, generally speaking, but not anything that's off-the-charts small.

    perhaps a lower tank height, or less-wide tank (though i'm not bankrolled for $5,000 Toto with NO tank on terry's good-toilet list!), or any kind of space-saving toilet anyone could suggest.

    many thanks again, kavita

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    Is a corner toilet an option? Eljer makes one that I have had no complaints with. I had a customer that was so happy with his first corner Eljer that when he built an addition, he had the bathroom designed to accomodate another one.
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    Default A low compact toilet

    Toto makes a low tank compact toilet that is 26.5" long.

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    Default thanks so much

    thanks deb and terry -

    deb - that corner toilet is indeed the sweetest fixture (yes, i know, it's a toilet but i think it's very cool looking) and if i wasn't dealing with attic ceilings (slanted roof line, no head room, no corner fixtures feasible) i'd go for it. thanks for bringing it to my attention for future possibilities elsewhere!

    terry - this toilet seems perfect! i appreciate your suggestion.

    cheers, kavita

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