Make the Most of Your Bathroom Space with Back to Wall Toilets


These days bathrooms appear to be smaller, I don’t know why but as each home is built they are given closet sized family bathrooms where older homes enjoy plenty of space, this is why back to wall toilets are such a great choice. They help you save space, but are also a treat in a modern and minimalistic bathroom design.

When designing a bathroom you want to maximise your floor space and planning a smaller bathroom can be a nightmare at the best of times. The solution is to think out of the box and find ways to save on space while turning your bathroom into your dream space.

The advantage to back to wall toilets is that the cistern is completely sealed behind a wall, so all you see inside the bathroom is the toilet bowl. This offers a minimalistic finish to any bathroom design, but at the same time you save so much space by mounting the cistern behind a wall.

Variety

There are a number of different styles available if you’re looking at back to wall toilets. The Emma is a stunning oval shape in a white that is guaranteed to blend in with any modern or traditional bathroom design.

The Dale back to wall toilets are oval in design with a luxurious close function that is the perfect choice for the more traditional designed bathrooms. While the Qube is a rectangular toilet for the modern bathroom with plenty of straight edges to blend in with your basin, bath and shower.

If you’re looking for ultra-modern then there is the Neeka back to wall toilets which are sophisticated in design and the Lisa is minimalistic with gentle curved corners to make a statement in any bathroom space.

Back to wall toilets can be a welcome addition in any family, en-suite or cloakroom design helping you maximise your floor space while offering the bathroom that stylish finish.

You can easily incorporate the back to wall toilets into any bathroom design to help you

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