With such a range of styles and designs available, it can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to choosing a toilet. This guide will explain the options available to you, so you can find the perfect toilet for your bathroom.
When bathroom space is an issue, you might want to consider using a concealed cistern. These cisterns are easy to install and sit out-of-sight behind a wall or in a unit, attached to the toilet pan.
Whilst it never really went out of fashion, the bidet has never been massively popular in the UK—but with it being used by many cultures around the world and coming with plenty of health benefits, could we be seeing a bidet revival?
As part of our series of “ask the experts” blog posts, we’ll be answering the question “Should I fit the toilet before or after tiling the floor?”.
If you have a bathroom or cloakroom that's a bit on the small side, never fear. Check out these 4 clever small toilet ideas.
The toilet. Virtually everyone in the UK has at least one, and sometimes two, in their home. However, many of us simply don’t realise what an incredible invention the toilet was and how it revolutionised the way we live.
Toilet and basin units are a smart space saving solution for bathrooms of any size. Find out more about them in our guide.
If you’ve chosen a wall hung toilet for your bathroom, an essential
feature you will need is a mounting frame. This provides support for the
toilet, as well as incorporating a concealed cistern and other pipework.
This guide will give you a quick overview of what a mounting frame does,
and the things you need to think about when installing one.
For small bathrooms, cloakrooms or ensuites, a corner toilet could be just the answer to open up your space. Here are a few things you should know before you buy.
The toilet seat is an important element of the toilet that can have a
big effect on its overall feel, look and shape. This guide will give you a quick overview of toilet
seats at VictoriaPlum.com, and what you need to think about when
Toilet seats are an underrated necessity in the bathroom. Whilst we all admire their functionality, your choice of toilet seat material can be a real make-or-break decision in your overall bathroom design. We take a look at the merits of both plastic and wooden toilet seats.
With the drip-dripping of the taps, weird noises coming from the
plumbing and the fact you are often utterly, utterly alone, it's no wonder that toilets can seem to be spooky places. We take you on a spine-chilling tour of the top 5 haunted toilets in the UK.