23% of Brits are decorating their bathrooms during the festive season

Triton Showers is searching for the most festive bathroom this year, following its recent study which revealed Brits are decorating their toilets this festive season.

The poll of 2,000 adults found that one-fifth of Brits add festivity to every single room of their house, with 23% sprucing up the bathroom with adornments such as wreaths, tinsel, stockings and seasonal towels.

Around £40 is spent on fairy lights, ornaments, little trees and scented candles to add festivity to the lavatory, with eight in 10 being inspired by the idea of making a trip to the loo more fun this time of year.

Identifying dunny decorations as an emerging trend, leading shower manufacturer Triton is on the hunt for a festive fanatic to be named as owning the most Christmassy bathroom ever. The lucky winner will be awarded a £300 Love2Shop voucher and an eco-friendly bathroom bundle, with three runners up also receiving an eco-friendly bathroom bundle.

Tina Simpson, Marketing Director at Triton, said: “There is a general feeling among Brits that Christmas is a time to go all out, and this year looks set to be the biggest and best. The bathroom can provide a safe haven over the holiday period, so it’s no surprise that the nation is upping the ante when it comes to embellishing this much-used room.

 “To celebrate the rise of seasonal stalls, we’re searching for the UK’s most festive bathroom. From tinsel-framed vanity units, through to a blow-up toilet-side Santa – if you have a Christmas-obsessed bathroom, we want to know about it!”


  1. Festive scented candle
  2. Christmas ornaments
  3. Festive towels
  4. Fairy lights
  5. Festive bathmats
  6. Christmas tree
  7. Tinsel
  8. Elf on the Shelf
  9. Father Christmas figure
  10. Reindeer
  11. Festive teddies
  12. Wreath
  13. Stocking
  14. Strings of popcorn
  15. Nutcracker

To enter Triton’s competition to find the most Christmassy bathroom, please visit www.tritonshowers.co.uk/deckthestalls

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