What are the styles of toilets?

Our suppliers offer a wide range of stylish and functional toilets, including close-coupled, back-to-wall, and wall-hung models. Whether you have a small bathroom or an en-suite, we have a toilet that will suit your needs. This article serves to explain the principles of Close Coupled, Back to Wall and Wall Hung toilets, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each and what type of bathroom would benefit from each type.

Close Coupled Toilets

Close-coupled toilets are a popular choice in UK homes. This type of toilet features a ceramic cistern that sits directly on top of the toilet pan, giving it a traditional look. These toilets generally take up more space than more modern designs, but the trade-off is that they're an easily maintained, traditional option that suits most all bathroom designs. Pictured here is our Arney Rimless range.

Back To Wall

Back to wall toilets are a great way to add a modern touch to your bathroom. With a hidden cistern in the wall or a furniture unit, these toilets have a sleek and minimalist look that can help create a contemporary feel in your space. Plus, by hiding the cistern, you can make the most of the available space in your bathroom. Featured here is our Dakota range which is available in Back To Wall and traditional Close Coupled styles.

Wall Hung Toilets

Wall-hung toilets are a great option for creating a clean and modern look in your bathroom. With the cistern concealed in the wall, these toilets appear to be floating, adding a unique touch to your space. They are also a perfect solution for small bathrooms, as they can help save space. Pictured here is our Paris range which is available in Back to Wall and Wall Hung options.

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