Who would have thought that designers could be so creative that a well-chosen, elegant and stylish WC Unit could become the star feature of a downstairs toilet, main bathroom or en-suite bathroom?
Stocking every possible style of WC Unit from contemporary to classical and with WC designs intended to work with every conceivable size of the room, buyers are sure to find the WC Unit UK that is right for them within this amazing range and at an affordable price. Beautifully designed and finished traditional Victorian units by Burlington with lever flush are available with a toilet seat of golden oak or mahogany or, for lovers of minimalist designs, the Verona close coupled, pure white WC comes with matching pan, cistern and seat.
Shaker style units will suit many bathrooms while those buyers who want a WC Unit with a hidden cistern are also offered plentiful choice with renowned manufacturers Burlington, Hudson Reed, Vitra, Britton and Ideal all producing a range of hidden cistern models. Browse the whole astonishing, high-quality range here and find your perfect unit at the perfect price.
Making a Choice
Some buyers will concentrate on a preferred style while for others, the available space may be the main consideration in choosing the ideal WC Unit for their toilet or bathroom. If space is limited, such as for en-suite bathrooms, there are clever designs available that combine the toilet unit with an integrated sink above the toilet. This acts as a fabulous space saver! If space is not limited, the priority shifts towards matching the existing decor or setting a look that the rest of the bathroom will echo.
Some buyers prefer a minimalist design with simple, clean lines, while others hanker for the traditional good looks of a Victorian or Edwardian WC Unit. With so much choice, the best way is to pick your favourite WC Unit Online, since the range on our website is more comprehensive than any bathroom showroom could possibly offer.
Buyers purchasing a new WC Unit can choose from a vast selection of different colours, styles and finishes, plus whether fitting should be back to the wall or a suspended unit, and even whether the wash basin is engineered into, and positioned above the WC, or alongside it.