This is kind of disgusting but it's driving me up the wall. The commode is ugly and it takes up too much space in her room in assisted living. She had one at home, because her path to the bathroom at night was a little tricky; but during daylight, she went to the bathroom. Where she is now, the path to her bathroom is actually shorter and clearer than her path to the portable commode. (She asked for it; the folks at assisted living didn't think she needed it.) Both I and her friends have encouraged her to get rid of it in order to make her room more attractive and to permit a better arrangement of her furniture and decor. Any suggestions?