By Evan Ackerman

I’m perfectly happy to have a bathroom devoid of life. But I suppose it can get lonely in there, at times… All of that cold, sterile linoleum and tile. I guess then it could possibly make a tiny little bit of sense to stuff all your bathroom fixtures full of fish, maybe. I mean, a lot of your bathroom fixtures are submerged to some extent much of the time anyway, right? So why not let a bunch of fish enjoy it? Doesn’t that sort of make sense?

Or maybe it’s just weird.

Either way, people have done it, and if you want to, you can completely fishify your water closet with integrated fish tanks in your sink, bathtub, and toilet.

The Moody Aquarium Sink comes with a sand bed and built-in lighting and filtration to keep your fish happy and healthy. The soap dishes on either side lift out to give you access to the tank. Cost: $4700.

More after the jump.

I don’t know who this Moody guy is, but he’s certainly got a thing for putting fish in weird places. The Moody Acquario Bathtub is made of tempered glass and wood and sports an aquarium on one side. It’s only fitting, I think, to give your fish a chance to see YOU naked for a change. Cost: $13,000 (plus shipping)

Last but certainly not least (as it’s arguably the most important thing IN your bathroom) is the Fish ‘n Flush Toilet which has two separate (separate, mind you) tanks; one for the fish, and one for the flush. It’s got a filter in it, and two nine-inch plastic plants are included. Cost: $299.

So, there you have it. You can fill your bathroom fixtures with fish for a mere $18,000, plus shipping, fish not included.

Go nuts.

[ Moody Aquarium Sink ] VIA [ Luxuo ]
[ Moody Acquario Bathtub ] VIA [ Born Rich ]
[ Fish ‘n Flush ]


  1. I can't imagine the fish would live too long living next to your bath tub and its constant fluctuation of temperature. Freshwater tanks have to stay 78 to 82 degrees.