Cute Cow Bathroom Fixtures by Artceram

Kids love animals of any kind: dogs, cats, elephants, horses, mice and the list can go on with hens, cocks, geese, ducks, rabbits, parrots or frogs. They love their funny appearance and the specific noise they make.

Cow Bathroom Fixtures by Artceram

My little girl loves animals too and the moment we took her at the country side she became unstoppable. She made me run after hens, cocks, geese, cats and pay a visit to the dog that was barking there. She is not afraid of them like I am .The moment I here a dog burking, my legs began to tremble. For the contrary, my little girl is amused by its bark and she laughs a lot when she hears it.

Cow is also a funny animal for my daughter and perhaps the image of a cute collection of bathroom fixtures called Cow and designed by Artceram would make her laugh too.

Cow Bathroom Fixtures by Artceram

Cow Bathroom Fixtures by Artceram

This nice collection is made of three models. One of them appears with the cow spots on it, another one has some areas that refer to different cuts of meat separated by dotted lines and the last model appears in nuances of the elegant combination of black and white. All the models seem to refer to the appearance of cow and reflect the use of the same combination of colors black and white. It is a collection that you can consider it funny, modern or unusual depending on your preferences and ideas.

Published by in Bathroom Vanities, on November 13th, 2011


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