This we know: The Real Housewives of Dallas ladies throw down when it comes to luxurious details in their homes. Case in point, the bowling alley in Kameron Westcott’s Beaver Creek home... or the waterfall in D’Andra Simmons’ pool... or that $75,000 range in Cary Deuber’s renovated manse! Yep, the Dallas women shell out big time on their closets and kitchens and backyards… but we didn’t realize that they’ll also spare no expense on their toilets.
That’s right, folks, not one but two RHOD friends have a top-of-the-line toilet, and they are both bragging about it. We first learned that fancy potties were a “thing” when we toured Stephanie Hollman’s new 8,600-square-foot home and she gave us all a peek into the master bathroom.
“Travis has his own toilet, which is important, because I appreciate my potty time,” Stephanie said, before showing us her toilet who she calls her “girlfriend.” It has a lid that automatically lifts up when she enters the room! “I love this toilet because it’s always warm and it has a remote control. You can do water so it goes up ‘there,’ but it goes in circles so it feels nice!” Also, there’s this: You can program the remote for guests who have their own seat warming or water flushing preferences... and obvi, Brandi Redmond is the second person who has her preferences saved.
Next up, we saw Cary’s equally fancy potty when she gave us a tour of her renovated home. “Stephanie is not the only one with a steam room... and a nice toilet! Let me show you my girl in here,” Cary said, escorting us into the toilet room, where her “girl” also had an auto-lift lid and a lit bowl that glows a pretty grayish blue. “You can change the temperature of the seat... it serves a lot of functions that are really fantastic. So that’s my potty. I love her!”
Whose is fancier? Well, it seems like a dead tie to us, but what we’re really obsessing over is that both women get separate “water closets” for the toilets. Now that’s just plain #goals.
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