Sometimes the most inventive solution to a particular problem is both simple and incredibly creative in nature. One of Kohler’s newest bathroom amenities, the nightlight toilet seat, is no exception. Consider this next time you start a remodel or a Nashville tub refinishing project – a toilet seat that doubles as a nightlight. The Nashville tub refinishing experts of Tub Tile & Tops LLC see several benefits that could arise from installing Kohler’s nightlight toilet seat. Here’s a quick look at just a few.
  • Any youngsters in the family will be able to combat fears of the dark and will be able to avoid pulling out the step stool to flip on the bathroom light switch for late-night bathroom trips
  • Prevents homeowners from being woken up by harsh overhead or vanity lights when making a quick run to the commode in the middle of the night
  • The nightlight will use less electricity than conventional light bulbs and could result in monthly energy savings
From a February 4, 2014 press release via Kohler:
“Lighting in the home has moved from simply functional overhead fixtures to uniquely designed lamps, above and below cabinet lighting, motion-sensored and timed devices, even in-floor lighting. Every space in the home has its own type of secondary light source, and now with the launch of the Kohler Nightlight toilet seat, so does the toilet. ‘Typically overhead lights are bright because daytime tasks call for well-lit spaces. But accessing the bathroom at night is a different story,’ says Jerry Bougher, marketing manager for Kohler toilet seats. ‘One of the fastest ways to ruin your chances of getting back to sleep easily is to turn on a harsh, bright overhead light in the bathroom. The Nightlight toilet seat offers a soft, non-disruptive alternative.’ The new Nightlight seat features a lighted hinge, illuminating the toilet space sufficiently to allow homeowners to leave the overhead lights off while using the bathroom at night – creating a soft ambiance in comparison to overhead lights. Nightlight casts enough light to allow homeowners easy use of the bathroom space.”
Click here to read the entire press release.