Another style of toilet which might appeal to you is a back-to-wall
toilet. This is very similar to a low-level toilet in that
the cistern connects to the pan by way of a short flushpipe,
but the cistern and all the pipework are concealed within
a furniture unit or stud wall. Since the cistern and pipework
are not on show, you can keep costs down by using plastic
pieces rather than ceramic and metal plated versions.
The toilet pan fits flush to the furniture unit or stud wall
and the flush is activated by way of a handle to the front,
or a push-button on top (if you do have a stud wall then you
will need to incorporate a flat horizontal surface to fit
the push-button). There is usually some kind of access panel
included with furniture units so that you can get to the cistern
if you spring a leak.
This fitted look is becoming very popular and you can usually
find toilet designs in both traditional and contemporary styles.
Shown here is an example of a back-to-wall toilet from the
Heritage Belmonte range.
Different manufacturers have recognised the need to make
the most out of the space available in bathrooms, and the
corner of a room can sometimes be wasted space.
A corner toilet may give you more flexibility in the way
you can combine it with other products in your bathroom. Here
the Dorchester Cloakroom suite from Heritage uses a corner
pan with a run of furniture, but even in such a narrow room,
you can still make use of everything in comfort.
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