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Choose a toilet from this range of bathroom toilets made by Phoenix bathrooms, that fits in with your bathroom. The choice is wide with various shapes and sizes to choose from. All of these toilets come complete with a cistern mounted on the rear of the toilet and a modern economic flushing system. To add to your comfort they are also come with a soft close seat and cover.
Bathroom toilets have come a long way since the day the flush toilet was invented by Thomas Crapper in the 1880's. We hope you will enjoy this range of toilets, but in case you are looking for more choice take a look at our back to wall toilets with hidden cisterns or return to our sanitaryware category.
More About Toilets
Toilets are essential and have been since the 3rd Millennium B.C. The first primitive toilets were used by the elite in Muhenjo-Daro in 2600 B.C. The other people used open pits whereas in Pakistan and India people used toilets that had flowing water. Fast forward to the modern world where a toilet is found in every house, choosing the best one has become a daunting task. There are various shapes, sizes and finishes on the market today and with technology offering new trends; it becomes even more difficult to settle for one. Nevertheless, you can narrow the choice down to something that will suit your bathroom by considering the following basics.
First consider the type of toilet you want to install in your bathroom. Here are some of the common toilets on the market today.
- Back to wall toilet- This design has the cistern hidden by a cabinet and installed in the wall. Plumbing is hidden by the cabinet.
- Corner toilets - A corner toilet has a triangular cistern that is mounted on the corner of the bathroom. This is ideal for small bathrooms.
- Wall mounted toilets - Similar to the back to wall toilet design, a wall mounted toilet has its cistern placed on a cabinet where the pan comes in front of it. The only difference is that the pan is floating and leaves ample space between it and the floor.
- Close coupled toilets - Being one of the most common toilet designs, a close coupled toilet has its pan placed on the floor and its cistern fixed to the wall above the toilet pan. There is a wide variety of close coupled toilets and you can always find something that suits your needs.
Though there is a lot to choose from, you need to make sure your toilet is easily accessible mostly for the young and old. For instance, if you want to get your child off the potty you can use a family seat which has a couple of layers. Again, make sure your toilet is functional as well as creates an aesthetic appeal. Newer models are seen to be more effective in water conservation than older models. Most old models can use up to 9 litres of water unlike the new ones which use only 6 litres per flush.
The bathroom décor with no doubt is something to consider too. Before you choose a toilet for your bathroom, note the styling in your bathroom and look for something that complements them. There is no need for you to enter your bathroom and feel out of place.