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A North Texas company has taken camouflage to the smallest room in the house. Topseat International of Plano has launched the Realtree licensed 3D camouflage toilet seats to bring a unique home improvement product for outdoor enthusiasts, indoors.

No deer entering the bathroom should be able to determine that they’re actually indoors. The APG camo pattern includes overlapping limbs and hazy background elements for a 3D effect. It features light gray, neutral base colors that melt into rocky and open terrain. The natural elements include mixed pine, greenery, and hardwood images.

Hikers, hunters, and outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the woodsy look of the high-quality, all-wood construction seats. For durability and quiet operation, the Topseat Realtree toilet seat also includes chrome slow-close hinges. “We are excited to bring our decade-long European toilet seat success to U.S. consumers,” said Topseat President, David Wu. “Our 3D image innovations and Realtree’s natural elements patterns bring a unique offering to Lowe’s consumers looking to instill the spirit of the outdoors in an indoor bathroom. These seats truly turn the common into a conversation piece.” www.TopSeatUSA.com  


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