This is the new face of the bathroom vanity.
A new model that would be worn on the bathroom counter and on the wall by those using the toilet could cost up to $100 for a pair of vanity tops.
In an article published on the company’s website, the company revealed plans to bring the new vanity to the market in 2019.
“It is important to understand that the price of this product is very competitive, it’s really not going to cost a lot,” said Paul Cunha, the founder of the company.
The model is designed to replace the current vanity style that is worn by those in public bathrooms and will be available in three sizes, according to the company website.
It will feature an LED-based display, along with an audio sensor that would detect when the user taps on the vanity to open the lid, the website states.
Cunha said that the model would also include features like a mirror and an electronic washcloth that would remove the vanity’s contents.
Currently, the standard bathroom vanity is a single-piece plastic piece that covers the toilet seat and a toilet bowl.
While a lot of people have been using this design for decades, Cunham said the new model would be the first to replace it.
He also noted that the company is working with manufacturers to make sure the product is safe.
If this model proves to be successful, Cunnha said he would like to see the new product be offered in more locations, such as public bathrooms, schools, hospitals and prisons.
For more on the bathrooms, check out our feature, Bathrooms in America.