‘Game of Thrones’: The Home Edition
A throne that’s truly fit for a king, the Herbeau Dagobert Throne toilet includes a music box, an ashtray, a candle and a bell that rings upon flushing, thus letting everyone know all is well in the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros.
As Dowager Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, Cersei Lannister is known for both her cunning and elegance. This custom toilet designed by Knotting Hill Interiors features a repurposed Louis XIV chair in an antique green and gilded finish that Cersei just might deign to approve.
The Iron Throne is located in the Great Hall and is where the king of the Seven Kingdoms sits and rules over his subjects. If you want your own metal throne a little closer to home, consider this stainless steel number fromNeo-Metro.
Built high atop a hill, Highgarden is a castle that serves the House of Tyrell. Known for its beautiful gardens and decadence, Highgarden is considered one of the most desirable locations in all of Westeros.
This luxurious water closet invokes the spirit of Highgarden with its lush floral wallpaper and decadent gold fixtures.
The Wall is a massive fortification that stretches 300 miles along the northern border of Westeros and defends the realm from the Wildlings and White Walkers who live beyond. This custom concrete toilet designed byPhase2 Builders might not protect you from attacking hordes, but it should hold up extremely well to ordinary domestic wear and tear.
The Wildlings are the people who live north of the Wall. They refer to themselves as the Free Folk and are a fiercely independent people who live off the land by hunting, scavenging and the occasional raiding of border towns within Westeros.
If you desire your own wild water closet, take some inspiration from this rugged loo in Denver, complete with a pull-chain toilet and a tree stump toilet roll holder.
The White Walkers are a mythological race that most people in Westeros believe to be nothing more than an ancient legend. But as Game of Thronesdevotees already know, winter is indeed coming and so are the White Walkers.
With its sleek Duravit wall-hung toilet and blue-framed LED wall behind it, this modern bathroom channels the spirit of the White Walkers and their haunting electric-blue eyes.
With the constant threat of raiding Wildlings and the much scarier threat of the White Walkers, it’s a good thing there’s the Night’s Watch high atop the Wall. This brave group of men, who wear only black, have dedicated their lives to protecting the people of Westeros.
Black is also a stylish and bold choice for a toilet. This version by Hastings provides a mysterious touch to a sleek bathroom.
The Narrow Sea lies to the east of Westeros and separates it from the larger continent of Essos. Though the sea is relatively narrow, hence its name, crossing it is no picnic thanks to marauding pirates. It’s important to have a sturdy ship and a trusty crew to make the journey.
If you want your own sea-inspired vessel, consider a vintage Dolphin toilet, seen here in a London bathroom.
The Dothraki are a race of nomadic equestrian warriors who sweep across the plains of Essos in search of plunder. Known for their tenacity, these fierce fighters wear minimal clothing, often just a pair of leather pants suited to a rugged life on a horse.
Multiple claims to the crown, constant battles and backroom deals are daily occurrences in the quest for the Iron Throne. This custom toilet in Texas was fashioned out of an old clergy chair. It’s the perfect place to ponder your next move.