Corner Toilets

    Compact, Stylish & Long Lasting!

    Corner bathroom toilets are the best space-saving option for smaller bathrooms and cloakrooms. The toilet and cistern are angular at the back thereby fitting nicely into a true corner space of your bathroom. In all other respects the toilet is the same, pan size, water capacity and flushing mechanism so other than the angular back these toilets function the same as conventional close coupled toilets. Available from a number of leading brands all on our website.

    Besides being space-savvy, corner toilets come in ultra-modern styles with modern design touches and features such as dual touches and soft closing seat mechanism. These toilets can also be installed in large bathrooms to save more space for the bathtub and shower enclosure.
    A corner toilet is essentially a close coupled toilet with attached triangular-shaped cistern fitted diagonally in a corner space. Except for the cistern shape, the toilet works the same way as a regular bathroom toilet. Whether you are looking for a compact toilet to reduce the cluttered feel of a cloakroom or planning a new bathroom and want to bring a spacious feel, a corner toilet is an ideal solution to maximise the use of space.
    Corner toilets in short projection further free up the floor space, making the room look bigger than its actual size. Combined with Corner basins, Vanity Units specifically designed to fit together to fulfil the requirement of extra storage for a complete en suite look.

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Bathroom Corner toilets

To Begin With

If you have a smaller bathroom or cloakroom and want to maximise the amount of space available, you could consider installing a corner toilet. Cleverly designed compact corner toilets with a triangular-shaped cistern at the back allow more space to fit a shower or basin in your bathroom.

Easy to install?

Corner Toilets are very easy to install for a qualified plumber, in fact not much different to fitting a standard close-coupled toilet as the basic concept is pretty much the same.