Burlington Toilets

Close Coupled ToiletsClose Coupled Toilets

While you may not think of your toilet as a central feature in your home, it is one of the most important aspects in any bathroom. Most homeowners aim to renovate their bathrooms every few years, so you may not be up to date with the latest toilet designs. However, there have been many innovations when it comes to functionality and style.

What is a Close Coupled Toilet?

A close couple toilet essentially means that both elements of the toilet are attached within one unit. Rather than having a separate toilet pan and cistern, a close couple WC is one streamlined unit. For many people, the simple design makes the close coupled toilet their top choice. Indeed, it is one of the most popular styles in the UK.

As well as being elegant, you’ll find this toilet design in a variety of styles. From a traditional close coupled toilet for a classic bathroom design to a minimalist WC for modern bathrooms, you can complement any bathroom style with a close coupled toilet.

Choosing a Close Coupled Toilet

When you’re choosing your bathroom fixtures and fittings, you’ll want to ensure you have the best close coupled toilet. In addition to choosing a brand you can trust, it’s important to select a style which fits with your bathroom layout.

If you’re renovating a smaller bathroom or a downstairs WC, for example, a short projection close coupled toilet 500mm. When you opt for a compact close couple toilet, you minimise the amount of floor space it takes up. By reducing the depth of the unit, you can successfully make the most of the space available.

Of course, the range of designs means close coupled toilets can be used in almost any bathroom. By combining its features with a back to wall design, you can even select a BTW close coupled toilet for your new bathroom. Creating a simple, elegant silhouette, this combination gives you the best elements of both design options.

Furthermore, a comfort height close coupled toilet gives the unit added height. Ideal in bathrooms, en suites and cloakrooms, the extra height makes your toilet more accessible and prioritises your comfort. While a comfort height close coupled toilet won’t take up any extra floor space, the increased height does offer increased functionality.

Rimless Close Coupled Toilets

Rimless toilets are one of the latest innovations in bathroom designs. Eschewing the traditional rim design, a rimless close coupled toilet is a top design choice for many people. As well as looking great, a close couple rimless toilet offers increased hygiene too.

By removing the rim and opting for a direct flush system, you minimise the number of bacteria and germs present in your bathroom. Powerfully cleaning your close coupled toilet pan with every flush, you’ll find that rimless toilets are fast becoming one of the most popular bathroom fixtures in the UK.

With a range of varying styles, you can combine your close coupled toilet with rimless features, BTW styles and elegant designs, so why not take a look at what’s on offer?

Wall Hung ToiletsWall Hung Toilets

If you want to enhance your bathroom with the latest style, a wall hung toilet could be just what you’re looking for. A wall mounted toilet is a WC that is affixed to the wall only, rather than the wall and the floor. Sometimes known as a hanging toilet, these models are known for their design, functionality and effortless style.

Choosing wall hung toilets for your bathrooms enables you to complement your existing décor choices. With a traditional wall hung toilet design, you can create the perfect look in a classically styled bathroom. Alternatively, more minimalist designs work well in contemporary cloakrooms and bathrooms.

Why Choose a Wall Hung Toilet?

Many people prefer to aesthetic quality of a wall hung WC. Certainly, the innovative design adds a new dimension to any bathroom. While a wall hung WC pan is affixed to the wall, the cistern remains concealed. This minimises the visible fixtures in your bathroom and allows your bespoke designs to fill the room. Of course, an inconspicuous flush panel is used alongside a wall hanging toilet to ensure easy access and maintenance.

A wall mounted WC can also make it far easier to keep your bathroom clean and tidy. When you opt for this type of toilet design, only the wall hung pan is visible in your bathroom. This means you won’t struggle to clean behind the toilet or in between pipework. Instead, you can simply clean around the wall hung toilet pan, quickly and efficiently.

Finding the Best Wall Hung Toilet

As well as choosing a wall hung WC design that complements your style, you’ll want to select a wall mounted WC that works in your bathroom. Typically, bathrooms are the smallest rooms in the house, so space can be an issue for many homeowners.

With a short projection wall hung toilet, however, you needn’t worry about the layout. A compact wall hung toilet minimises the amount of space your toilet takes up and ensures they’re well-suited in even the smallest bathrooms. If you’re renovating a downstairs WC, for example, a small wall hung toilet could the ideal option.

If you decide to add a wall hung toilet to your en suite or family bathroom, you’ll find you can incorporate the latest bathroom designs and innovations too. Rimless toilets are becoming increasingly popular, both for their aesthetic, enhanced hygiene and supreme functionality.

With a rimless wall hung toilet, it is easier than ever to keep your bathroom clean. A rimless design ensures your toilet pain is simplistic in terms of its designs and prevents germs from lingering in your bathroom. Using a direct flush, a rimless wall hung toilet minimises the amount of cleaning required and offers stunning design and effortless functionality.

Selecting a Wall Hung WC

With so many options available, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to wall hung toilet designs. No matter what your style, we’ve got wall hung WCs to match. To find out more, take a look at our range of wall mounted toilets now.

Back To Wall ToiletsBack To Wall Toilets

Designing a new bathroom gives you the opportunity to update your fixtures and fittings and create a bespoke style. Whether you favour a classic feel or a contemporary aesthetic, a new bathroom will revitalise your home.

Of course, choosing the right fixtures is essential. As well as enhancing your design choices, the best fixtures and fittings will give the appearance of space and improve the functionality of your bathroom.

With a back to wall toilet, you can achieve just that. Exquisitely designed and utterly reliable, a back to wall toilet unit can be used in almost any type of bathroom. Whether you’re adding a downstairs bathroom to your home, redecorating your en suite or updating your family bathroom, a BTW toilet is a must-have feature.

What is a Back to Wall Toilet?

A back to wall toilet is designed to sit directly against the wall of your bathroom or against a carefully selected unit. While a back to wall toilet pan protrudes from the wall, the cistern remains concealed behind the wall or toilet. This minimises the amount of space your toilet takes up and ensures pipework is easily concealed.

With this type of back to wall WC, the concealed cistern and pipework means easy cleaning and enhanced design. However, there are times when you’ll need to access the cistern or pipes. Fortunately, the innovative design of a back to wall toilet make this easy to do. If your BTW toilet is affixed to the wall, a flush panel ensures quick access to the cistern. Alternative, a panel built-in to your furniture unit will enable you to access the cistern or pipes, as and when you need to.

In most cases, a back to wall WC consists of a separate toilet pan and cistern. However, you can choose an interconnected back to wall toilet and cistern, if you prefer. If so, the cistern of the BTW WC will also be visible in your bathroom. However, the design of a close coupled back to wall toilet ensures both the cistern and toilet pan are housed in one unit.

Is a Back to Wall Toilet Right for You?

As back to wall toilets are affixed to the floor, as well as the wall or a unit, there’s no need to add a separate frame for stability. This means they’re relatively easy to install and reassuring strong and stable.

What’s more, a rimless back to wall toilet is ideal for smaller spaces. A short project back to wall toilet will minimise the amount of space taken up by incorporating a shorter back to wall pan. Whether you’re adding a back to wall rimless toilet in a family bathroom or en suite, the space-saving specifications of a short projection toilet mean you’ll create space while maximising the aesthetic.

Until you begin planning your new bathroom in detail, you might not give much thought to toilet design. It is easy to see, however, just what an impact the right toilet unit can have. To find out more, explore our range of back to wall toilets now.

High / Low Level ToiletsHigh / Low Level Toilets

Choosing bathroom fixtures and fittings is about combining increased functionality with timeless design. High and low level toilets offer an exquisite style and create maximum visual impact. Perhaps the most traditional toilet design on the market, these timeless units can enhance any bathroom.

A traditional high level toilet features a cistern which is positioned significantly higher than the toilet pan. Incorporating Victorian design with modern functionality, you will benefit from enhanced power when you opt for this classic design.

As a high level toilet cistern is fitted well above the toilet pan, the connecting pipework is used as a decorative and design feature. A modern high level WC may use stainless steel or chrome effect pipework to balance classic styling with modern finishes, for example.

Another fantastic feature of a high level toilet is the pull chain. Only seen on high level toilets, a long pull chain is used to activate the cistern and are available in numerous styles. A central feature of a high level toilet, your pull chain can be used to enhance styling and complete your bathroom design.

If you want to embody the traditional design associated with a high level toilet but you’re unsure about having a cistern place quite so high on the wall, why not consider a low level traditional toilet?

A low level toilet pan and cistern are much closer together, with the cistern being placed slightly above it on the wall. The exposed pipework still creates a stunning effect, while traditional flush handles or buttons are used to finish the design.

If you’re looking for a low level toilet or a high level WC, take a look at our stunning range now.

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