How to select a toilet

When decorating your bathroom, the toilet you choose can be pivotal in tying the whole room together. With so many to pick from, you’ll find something to suit you in our collection of quality toilets. For smaller bathrooms we have compact options like our collection of back-to-wall toilets, where you can find both traditional and contemporary designs. Or if you’re creating a minimalist aesthetic choose a modern, wall-hung toilet. Many of our toilets feature an eco-flush feature which gives the option of a three-litre half flush and six-litre full flush when necessary. All our toilets are made from hard-wearing, premium materials for durability.

Pick a new toilet

You will need: tape measure, squared paper, pencil

  • Decide on the position of the toilet. Bear in mind that most toilets have a P-trap, and need to exit through the back wall. Check out the existing waste outlet if you’re fitting a new toilet in the same place as the old so you can buy a compatible toilet. If you’re changing the layout, remember that the toilet needs to be connected to the soil pipe. Take professional advice as necessary – you can also contact our sales team.
  • Consider whether you need a classic or contemporary design for the toilet, and whether you’d like floorstanding, or wall hung, and if you want the pipework and cistern to be hidden.
  • Think about the shape of the toilet seat. Rounder designs won’t project as far so may fit your room better, but an oval may make for improved comfort if you have the floor space.
  • Factor in the accessories you may need to buy, including floor fixing kits, cisterns for back to wall and wall hung toilets, and frames for wall hung toilets.
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