When you need to save on space in a bathroom, a corner toilet can be the ideal solution. They are perfect for cloakrooms and ensuites, and aren’t as complicated to install as they may seem.
This brief guide will introduce you to the corner toilet and how it could be the right choice for your bathroom.
What is a corner toilet?
A corner toilet is essentially the same as a close coupled toilet, the difference is that it is configured to project diagonally out of one corner. The cistern is in a more compact triangular shape to achieve this, though the toilet works in just the same way. This makes the corner toilet fit more efficiently into a bathroom.
The Palm corner toilet at VictoriaPlum.com is designed in a contemporary style with simple, clean lines, and features a dual flush system for more economical water use, and a luxurious soft close seat.
Is a corner toilet right for my bathroom?
If you’re replacing a suite in a crowded cloakroom, or designing a new bathroom where you seem a bit short on space, a corner toilet may provide a solution. They are perfect in small cloakrooms, but can also be a great way of making maximum use of space in an ensuite.
It’s often the projection of a toilet that takes up room, the projection being how far it sticks out from the wall. A corner toilet greatly reduces this, as do back to wall and wall hung toilets, though these can be more complicated to install.
You could complement a corner toilet with a matching corner basin, echoing its style as well as the space-efficient design to create a complete cloakroom suite. Or, if you require a bit of additional storage, why not choose one of our bathroom corner units, with handy undersink cupboard?
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Take a look at our range of compact small bathroom solutions, including including our matching corner toilets and basins, which will help create a complete cloakroom suite.