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Whether you’re buying a toilet as one of the individual elements of a new bathroom scheme, or replacing an old WC, you’ll need to decide which type is best. For a cloakroom, en suite or small bathroom, a corner toilet can be a space-saving option. If the size of your room isn’t an issue, you can choose from close-coupled toilets, which are floorstanding, and have a cistern at the back of the toilet bowl; back to wall toilets, which also sit on the floor, but have a concealed cistern and pipework; and wall hung toilets, which are mounted above floor level and also have a hidden cistern and pipework. You can buy toilets from the same range as your basin and bath to make putting together a new scheme simple, or mix and match with different basin and bath options for a bespoke finish.
You will need: tape measure, Bathrooms.com app, squared paper, pencil
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