Note: The following giveaway is open to Canadians only.
If you had to think about some of the most disrespected household items, what would they be? Dust rags? Your old wet mop? Perhaps the front door mat which takes countless abuse?
Meh. They’re all treated like gold in comparison to the toilet paper roll. After all, toilet paper is only good for one thing… you know… yeah, not high on the totem pole, is it?
And tell me – how do you store your extra rolls? Ours are haphazardly shoved into a side cupboard of our bathroom vanity. Often, the boys get to them (grrrr) and we have a sea of toilet paper on the bathroom floor (grrrr). Disrespect? Heck ya.
And so Cottonelle created the “Respect the Roll” program to change people’s point of view on toilet paper with new ways and reasons to respect the roll. From holders for their toothbrushes to stylish containers for cotton swabs, many people take great care when it comes to the look and feel of their bathroom – except when it comes to their toilet paper. By enlisting Jonathan Adler – an innovative and chic interior designer – Cottonelle brought back the bathroom classic with a modern take to help people store their stash with flair.
I’ll admit – when I first heard about the “Respect the Roll” campaign, I giggled. Honestly, I’d never given much thought to toilet paper!!! But here’s the scoop: the Jonathan Adler covers are incredibly affordable (only $2 a pop!) and after placing them in my powder room, I’ve had so many guests comment on how “cute” and “funky” they are.
“When it comes to good design, I believe functionality is key,” Adler says. “These roll covers are a great solution for keeping that extra roll of Cottonelle Clean Care handy and makes it easy to respect the roll that respects you.”
– Jonathan Adler on Happy Chic Colors book
– Jonathan Adler Cottonelle roll covers
– Cottonelle toilet paper
– Jonathan Adler soap pump
– Jonathan Adler lacquer tumbler
– Reversible bath towels
– Rain shower head
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This post has been sponsored by Cottonelle. The opinions on this blog are my own.