1. Tumbler - A container with straight sides and no handle or stem.
2. Faucet - A device for regulating the flow of a liquid from a reservoir such as a pipe or drum.
3. Sink - A fixed basin with a water supply and a drain.
4. Drain - A channel or pipe carrying off surplus liquid, especially rainwater or liquid waste.
5. Plunger - A device consisting of a rubber cup on a long handle, used to clear blocked pipes by means of water pressure.
6. Shower Valve
7. Toilet paper - Paper in sheets or on a roll for wiping oneself clean after urination or defecation
8. Toilet paper holder - A toilet roll holder, also known as a toilet paper dispenser, is an item that holds a roll of toilet paper.
9. Spout - A tube or lip projecting from a container, through which liquid can be poured.
10. Towel rack - A rack consisting of one or more bars on which towels or washcloths are hung.
11. Shower cubicle - A small space with walls or curtains around it, that is separate from the rest of a room and where you can be private when taking clothes off, etc.
12. Soap dispenser - A device that dispenses soap (usually in small, single - use quantities). It can be manually operated by means of a handle, or can be automatic.
13. Vanity unit - A unit consisting of a washbasin set into a flat top with cupboards beneath.
14. Cistern - A tank for storing water, especially one supplying taps or as part of a flushing toilet.
15. Mirror - A reflective surface, now typically of glass coated with a metal amalgam, that reflects a clear image.
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