In the bathroom, people always use a tissue box holder, which is not only beautiful but also very practical. We know that tissue box holders are indispensable in our daily lives. When choosing a tissue box holder from so many different brands on the market, it is important to first understand the features of the holder to find one that is suitable and satisfactory for your home.
A bathroom tissue box holder is a container made of plastic or metal that holds rolls or folded paper. It is used in private and public places such as homes, hotels, bathrooms, and entertainment venues. Initially, tissue box holders were small bucket-shaped containers, which gradually evolved into large roll paper holders and folded paper racks. Nowadays, the design style has transformed to innovative and luxurious designs that lead the European style with elegance and artistic fashion.
By material: Tissue box holders are typically made of plastic or metal, with a few made of wood.
By usage: Tissue box holders are divided into two types according to their usage locations: desktop holders and wall-mounted holders. Desktop holders are used in offices or dining tables, while wall-mounted holders are used in bathrooms, dressing rooms, and tea rooms.
Although tissue box holders are not as important as toilets or sinks, they are also essential. If tissue paper holder is not used, the tissues in the bathroom can easily become contaminated with bacteria. A vertical tissue box holder includes a base, a cylindrical axis, and a top cover. An important feature of this holder is that one end of the cylindrical axis is fixed to the base of the holder, while the other end is connected to the top cover of the holder through a locking mechanism. Additionally, a tissue clamp mechanism is installed next to the top cover. By using this type of vertical tissue box holder, the holder can be placed anywhere without being mounted on a wall. The tissue roll can also be easily installed, and when using the tissues, you only need to press the top cover and side of the clamp mechanism with your hand, avoiding direct contact with the tissue roll and ensuring hygiene.