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Timeless and iconic, our range of traditional toilets captures the spirit of a bygone age and will help you recreate the most elegant of period bathroom style. Featuring Victorian toilets and styles in keeping with other English design periods such as Edwardian and Georgian. Options include wall mounted, low level and high level cisterns and wooden seats.
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Looks good quality and unusual design. Not yet installed so can’t comment further.
Looks great although comfort height is quite tall if you're short get standard! Really like rimless loo, much easier to clean and you can still use the clip on bleach things (bloo etc).
Quality is very good and this valve really finishes the installation. A little pricey but would highly recommend.
Traditional, close coupled toilets with fluted bases help create a Victorian toilet style. Whilst ones a little more square in style, like the Imperial Westminster range, create an art deco feel. They have exposed cisterns that are coupled to the pan. They look especially authentic with a lever handle but can be purchased with a push button for modern convenience.
The image above shows a collection of close coupled toilets from Burlington Bathrooms
Although your new toilet will be Victorian in appearance you can incorporate modern technology to make your life easier! We would recommend looking for a toilet with easy clean technology such as Burlington’s Nanoglaze. Or even Villeroy and Boch’s renowned CeramicPlus coating. Villeroy and Boch manufacture the Hommage range. This is a lovely traditional design range featuring a close coupled traditional toilet. It can be installed with other pieces in this range to create a traditional Victorian Bathroom look. Or used with more contemporary pieces to create a Victorian bathroom with a modern feel. Ceramic plus comes as standard on the Hommage range by Villeroy and Boch.
The video above explains Villeroy and Boch’s ceramicplus coating
Victorian style close coupled toilets can work in small spaces too. Shorter projection pans are available, for example Burlington make a slim line toilet to save on space. This is available with their latest Rimless technology. The cistern depth is slimmer on this version of their close coupled toilet, saving in depth for use in a cloakroom bathroom. This would be nicely paired with a matching cloakroom basin from the same manufacturer and range. For consistency to bring the final look together.
The image above shows a collection of close coupled toilets from British manufacturer Imperial Bathrooms.
The video above demonstrates the British manufacturer Imperial Bathrooms
The base of your traditional close coupled toilet is referred to as the pan and the top section which holds the water is the cistern. The advantage of having your traditional toilet in a close coupled style is primarily access to the cistern. With it being on the outside of the wall it is ways to access. Simply removing the lid to get into the cistern for maintenance and adding freshener blocks for example. High level cisterns are difficult to access so a close coupled traditional could be the choice for your new Victorian bathroom.