For small bathrooms, cloakrooms or ensuites, a corner toilet could be the key to opening up your space.
In this expert guide, we'll show you what a corner toilet is, how it can fit within your bathroom, whilst showing you the options available at Victoria Plum.
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 Derwent round compact corner close coupled 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?