1. silvana
    August 24, 2014 @ 12:21 am

    how did u install the toilet seat? we bought a full skirted toiled & installed it but I can’t reach inside the hole on the back of the toilet to get to the screw & screw the seat on. Thanks a bunch, silvana


    • Victoria Elizabeth Barnes
      August 25, 2014 @ 9:45 am

      I’m thinking we have different models or brands? Our seat/hardware attached entirely from the front… Sorry, not super helpful for you!


  2. Princess Judy
    November 13, 2014 @ 1:08 pm

    I came over from the Bloggess this morning and have been lost in your blog since. It makes me realize wanting to change out plastic storage bins on shelves for something better looking (since it is the living room and all) is no big deal and about as DIY as I’m ever willing to get.

    I have to say that this is the hottest, sexiest, most exciting toilet I’ve ever seen. I only ever go to the home improvement store to the garden section to find what plants I’m going to kill next. I have often wondered why toilets have to have all those whorls and loops and lumps and now I know they do not have to have them. My life is better just knowing this exists.


  3. Miranda
    December 3, 2015 @ 12:11 am

    Can you pretty, pretty please send/post a closer pic of your transition tile to the hall?


  4. Brenda
    March 5, 2016 @ 11:55 am

    Just found your cute home blog. I have a 1910 home similar to yours with a retro 1950’s pink bathroom that I just remodeled. The highlight of my bathroom remodel was my Kohler one-piece ADA modern toilet that I spent over $500 bucks on. Worth every penny! I saved in the budget by getting a standard Kohler tub and pedestal sink. I love the shower hardware that you choose with the retro feel. I’d like to replace my hardware after seeing the cute ceramic shower handle you posted.


  5. Margie
    December 24, 2016 @ 9:13 am

    Problem is…. the space between the toilet and wall. Impossible to be able to clean behind toilet. Pictures don’t show but behind the toilet is all open but not enough room to get in there to clean. So over the years you have the toilet, the buildup from everything you can imagine will always be there. 🙁


  6. Christine Denno
    April 24, 2017 @ 10:07 am

    When my father, a home builder, built our family home in the mid 60s he installed 4 wall-hung toilets!!! Talk about easy!! ALL toilets should be made that way!


  7. Eddie Stanley
    June 11, 2020 @ 4:46 am

    Perfect timing on this. I have wanted to replace my 25 year old, too low toilet for a while. Now I am spurred on with a great tutorial. Thank you!


  8. Cindy
    July 30, 2020 @ 7:50 pm

    Looking forward to getting a ‘concealed trapway’ toilet too, and considering this American Standard and a couple others.

    One question now – how do you like this toilet now, several years down the road?


  9. Simon Samuel
    April 10, 2021 @ 8:16 am

    I really appreciate your post, and you explain each and every point very well. Thanks for sharing such information.
    Home Renovation Canada


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