Designed by Rhode Island School of Design and Domus Academy in Milan alumnus Jozeph Forakis, the brush and holder celebrates movement and gesture. Named Ballo, which means dance in Italian, it wobbles on it curved base and comes in four playful colors: blue, green, black, and gray.
Though once more difficult to find a toilet brush with a design you didn't want to flush down the drain, Ballo is the latest of a surprisingly nice lineup. Three of our other favorites: #i68521">Duo by Stotz Design for Blomus, the Merdolino toilet brush by Stefano Giovannoni for Alessi, and the Vipp 11 Toilet Brush by Vipp.
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