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Channel 4 Grand Designs star 'reinvents' the toilet so you can hide it in your wardrobe

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Household toilets do exactly what you need them to do and have been around for centuries. You would think there’s not a whole lot more you could do when it comes to transforming the modern day toilet, however, one man has come up with a way to ‘reinvent’ the toilet.

A star of Channel 4 show Grand Designs has come up with a new design for toilets, making them moveable, more convenient and can save you some bathroom space. READ MORE: Shoppers flock to buy £2.50 'game changing' item that solves Gü, Lidl and Aldi pot hoarding problem The toilet, which can fold up into a cupboard, was invented by Monty Ravenscroft, who first engineered the idea over a decade ago whilst caring for his father, Pelham, who suffered from vascular dementia during his final years.

Monty is probably best known for his exploits on Channel 4's Grand Designs, with Kevin McCloud, in Series 5 Episode 1 with the initiative glass sliding roof construction.

Mr Ravenscroft, 55, sought a way to make his bedridden father's bathroom routine more dignifying and ensure his toilet was close at hand but not constantly on show.

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