Most likely, someone reading this does so knowing that he or she does not want a basic, run-of-the-mill, hide-it-under-the-sink kind of bathroom plunger. It is not as though the plunger in your bathroom ought to be on display. In fact, the reason to have a decorative toilet plunger is for cases when guests are using your facilities and they need to unplug a clog that they just -- um -- made. This person should not have to come out of your bathroom during -- say -- a dinner party, asking (no matter how whispered) for the location of your plunger.
So, we want decorative bathroom plungers, but we do not want to pay too much for them. I have some tips that can help.
One thing you can do is just go to Amazon.com, type in "decorative toilet plunger" or "covered toilet plunger" and seek out the plunger you like, and that is in your price range. At this writing, there is a decorative plunger on Amazon for about $10. For many, that is a nice price point for a piece of bathroom decor.
Another thing you can do to save money on a decorative toilet plunger is to head out to your local Goodwill thrift store. Here, you may find either a gently used, or a brand new decorative toilet plunger. Most people know that Goodwill accepts people's donations of household items in good condition. They also sell some household items new, at a discount. Call ahead to your local Goodwill and ask if they have new, decorative toilet plungers on hand.
Similarly, you might find a good, gently used decorative plunger at a yard sale. The up side is if you find one, it will be at great savings, surely. The down side is you are almost certain never to find a brand new plunger in a yard sale setting.
Lastly, be sure to look at auctions for decorative plungers on eBay. On the right day, you could snag a nice looking plunger for a deep discount.
I hope this has been a good read for you, and that this article's content helps you clear the pipes in your home in a cheap, yet graceful way.