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Aha! Hack: 3 Clever (and Attractive!) Ways to Store the Toilet Brush

Toilet Brush in Pitcher by Matthew Williams

It never occurred to me that there was an alternative to buying the plastic toilet brush and holder set. But there is—and it’s rather ingenious.

Instead of buying a flimsy set, consider sourcing the two pieces separately. Start with a Iris Hantverk toilet brush; then go shopping (either in your home or at a home goods store) for an inexpensive pitcher, flower pot, or tall, narrow bucket. Put the two together and you have a combo that’s far more appealing than any plastic set you can buy at a big-box store.

Photography by Matthew Williams, styling by Alexa Hotz for Remodelista: The Organized Home.

Above: For our book, Remodelista: The Organized Home, we came up with these attractive substitutes to the plastic toilet brush holder. I particularly like the idea of repurposing a tall, narrow pot, as there’s often built-in drainage.

Psst…want a shortcut? German brand Redecker, another company known for its cleaning brushes, makes an actual toilet brush and pitcher set.

Redecker Toilet Brush in Black and Walnut
Above: The Bürstenhaus Redecker Metal Toilet Brush Holder with Toilet Brush sells for $35.99 on Amazon.
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