More Traditional Toilets
and low-level toilets are probably what most people think
of when you say traditional-style but they do come in other
Close-coupled toilets, where the cistern sits directly on
top of the pan, can also be traditional depending on the shape
and design. A landscape cistern, which is wide and rectangular
with a handle on the front is considered a more traditional
design than a portrait cistern, which is tall and slim and
probably has a push-button flush on the top.
The design of the toilet is probably quite detailed, with
contours and lines or period details such as flowers and rope
twists, all of which add to the traditional theme. Although
decorated and patterned pieces were popular a few years ago,
the trend today is more for white, but still with the same
classic and traditional design features.
The Dorchester toilet from Heritage is a good example of
how traditional style can be incorporated into today's homes.
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