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Basin And Toilet Sets


The ideal bathroom suites for compact spaces, toilets, basins and pedestals are essential sanitaryware in any installation, whether it’s a compact cloakroom, en-suite or a larger family bathroom.

Available in a huge range of designs which span contemporary chic, minimalist styling, period artistry and concepts which stand the test of time, Bathroom City’s vast range of toilets, basins and pedestals includes many of the world’s leading brands.

The ultimate functional solution, a toilet, basin and pedestal suite delivers the necessary features for simple installation.

Basins and toilets are crucial elements in any bathroom. Whether they’re positioned in the main bathroom, or considered essentials in a smaller suite, making sure you’ve got the right toilet and basin is an important element of your bathroom’s success.

The Position of Your Toilet & Basin

Where you position your toilet sink combos is important. For obvious reasons, you should find a practical space for your toilet. And naturally, it should sit closely to its accompanying basin.

Bathroom size is also something to consider. Before purchasing, it’s advised that you have the dimensions of your suite ready, that way you’ll know which toilet sink combos’ are suitable, and which ones are not.

Once you’re aware of the desired size of your toilet and basin, you can begin to progress to the next stage of purchase, that is, to look at its style.

The Style of Your Toilets & Basin

Traditional or Modern

One of the key variables when choosing a toilet and basin combination is style. You want a style that’s suitable for your home – only you can know this.  It’s beneficial to have a clear idea of what you want, as there are fundamental differences between traditional and modern styles.

If you’re looking for a traditionally designed basin, then you should expect to have a basin and pedestal combination. It’s important that you have enough space to house this.  As for the toilet element, traditional toilets are characterised by an open-back design, which simply means that their soil pipe is visible.

Modern toilets and sinks are much more diverse in design, but one way of swiftly characterising them is through their rounded shape. Compared to traditional designs, modern toilet sinks tend to adopt a much more minimal design.

Also traditional and modern designs differ in their tap design. On one hand, there’s traditional designs which nearly always have two. Then there are modern designs, these taps can have two taps, but are more likely to have a single tap such as a mono mixer.


All in all, toilets and basins are incredibly important, and at Bathroom City, our wealth of experience has taught us that they can really make or break a bathroom. If you have any questions on any of the basins or toilets combos’ we provide, call us today on 0121 753 0700. Alternatively, you can pop into our showroom open Monday-Friday 09:00-17:30, Saturday 09:00-17:00 and Sunday 10:00-16:00. 

Toilet & Basin Sets