Some of our favourite toilet suites

Toilet

Need a new toilet suite? From traditional to modern, compact to sleek, getting the right toilet for your bathroom is essential. To help, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite toilet suites.

Different types of toilet

Close Coupled Wall ToiletClose-coupled toilets

This is most common type of toilet found in bathrooms. Close-coupled means the toilet has a separate cistern which sits on the back of the pan. All pipework is hidden and concealed within the unit, so this is a great option to keep things looking neat and tidy.

Close-coupled toilets are often found in modern and traditional bathrooms and come in a range of shapes and sizes. Our favourites are the Cassellie Breeze Rimless and the Cassellie Daisy Lou.

Back-to-wall toilets

Next up is back-to-wall toilets. This type of toilet again has no pipework on show and is floor standing, but the cistern is usually hidden within the wall. This is a great option for a smaller room, as without the cistern, the bathroom feels that little bit more spacious.

Back-to-wall toilets also allow for a more contemporary flush system, often paired with dual flush plates concealed within the wall. Some of our favourites include the Cassellie Loxely Modern and the Cassellie Fair Modern.

Wall hung toiletWall-hung toilets

Wall-hung toilets are often used in contemporary spaces as they are hung directly from the wall, so the toilet looks like it is suspended. Like back-to-wall toilets, the pipework is hidden to keep your bathroom looking clean and tidy.

Some of our favourite wall-hung toilets are the Cassellie Wall Hung Toilet with Wrap-over Seat, and the Cassellie Newton Ceramic.

High and low level toilets

High and low level toilets are often found in more traditional style bathrooms, as the cistern is wall mounted and on show. With a high level cistern, the flush is operated by a lever or pulley, making them perfect for rooms with higher ceilings.

Cloakroom toilets

Many bathrooms need compact toilets for those small yet functional spaces. Whether you opt for a wall-hung or close-coupled design, there are a whole host of smaller toilets that can fit perfectly into those awkward spaces.

Corner toilets

A corner toilet is exactly as you’d expect. The design has been created so that the cistern fits perfectly into the corner of the room. This type of toilet is great for small cloakrooms or unique shaped bathrooms.

Traditional cloakroom toilet

Choosing your new toilet suite

Before choosing your new toilet, you need to consider the shape, height and width you want. You need to make sure you choose a height that’s comfortable for you, and something that will fit perfectly within the space you have available.

Here at Entirely Bathrooms, we boast a wide range of toilet suites, including all of the different styles mentioned above. If you would like any further information, or have any queries, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.