W.C. Niche [Luxe]
Ultra-minimal water closet kit that holds all your bathroom-y stuff! Designed with a hidden door that stores a garbage bin, and other unslightly bathroom essentials. Integrate a toilet paper holder* and LED lights* in the recessed channel above - customizations are unlimited!
*not included with purchase
🇨🇦 100% Manufactured in Canada
- Hinged, soft-closed door to conceal unsightly bathroom necessities (3 3/4" depth)
- Removable garbage bin included.
- Open area designed for toilet paper holder integration.
- Customizable with paint and wallpaper.
- For use only on drywall surfaces.
- Recessed channel for optional LED strip lighting with concealed hinged door to store and access power supply.
What can this be used for?
It's an integrated niche to hide unsightly bathroom necessities like garbage bin, toilet bowl brush, extra toilet paper, and more. You can add-on a toilet paper holder and even customize it with recessed lighting!
What material can this be used with?
This product is specifically for drywall / gypsum wall surfaces.
Does Framed W.C. Niche [Luxe] and Flush W.C. Niche [Luxe] look different?
This product comes in 2 models. The Frame model has a framed rim that sits on top of the wall surface. The top mount frame will remain visible. The Flush model is a flush mount model that is mudded and contours into your wall surface.
In the installation process, what’s the difference between Framed W.C. Niche [Luxe] and Flush W.C. Niche [Luxe]?
This product comes in 2 models. For the framed version, the installation is super-easy, DIY-friendly, drop-in install lays on top of the surface. The Flush model is best installed at the drywall stage. Requires professional installation.
My drywall is already installed, can I use this?
Yes, you can paint on both models! Just ensure that you are installing it between wall joists (or studs).
Can I paint the door and the back of the niche?
Yes! The Framed W.C. Niche [Luxe] comes primed with powder coated finish that is designed to be repainted after install. Use any wall paint inside and around the niche to make it disappear completely into the wall.
How do you add recessed lighting to the niche?
Along the inside top panel of the niche we've added a small channel to house an LED light strip. We also integrated a concealed hinged door to hide wires and a power supply (if necessary). Recessed lighting may require electrical work to be done prior to installing niche.