Toilets & Bidets

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TOILETS: AT THE HEART OF YOUR DAILY LIFE

Toilet (from the French word "toile") was originally a simple cloth to protect one's intimacy while relieving oneself. They are now this essential object in our everyday life and are available in different shapes, colours and some models possess even extra functions. Toilets are made up of several elements:

Pan

Cistern or Mounting Element for Wall-Hung Toilet

Flush plate

Toilet seat

Urinals and bidets are also very useful complements and have found their places in modern bathrooms. >> Read more about toilets in our buying guide. 

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Adding a designer touch to the lavatory

Remember that you don’t need to buy a cheap loo from a local store; there are some great options on the internet for affordable units that have designer style and modern functionality. With the loo being the focal point of the bathroom, it’s worth investing in a quality brand that suits the design scheme that you want. Remember to match it with other fixtures, like the bath. There are several brands who cater to decorators, with Villeroy & Boch, Ideal Standard and Duravit representing a great starting point for your research. Villeroy & Boch have a range of units in both simple and designer forms, to suit different budgets. The Villeroy & Boch Subway 2.0 range includes some smart, wall mounted bowls with their trademarked Aquareduct flush consumption, plus soft-closing toilet seats which are typical of the extra touches of comfort that Villeroy & Boch use. Consider Ideal Standard’s ceramic sanitary ware in the Connect Freedom range, with elegant, round, standing bowls. Ideal Standard’s Kimera toilet seat is a great addition too, with a curved and sleek shape. The above brands also produce some excellent bidets, or try Duravit’s D-Code model for a compact option in smaller bathrooms. Duravit also have the 2nd Floor range of square, standing models with a tap platform. Take a look at Keramag’s Courreges range if you fancy a compact loo with chrome hinges, or Keramag Artis for a truly different black bowl. Finally, consider Laufen Case for inexpensive seats and Laufen Palomba for curvy, modern bowls. Whichever toilet you opt for in your brand new design, remember to choose wisely as you’ll be using that loo daily for years to come!