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Traditional Toilet & Basin Sets

Elegant Traditional Bathroom Sets

Our range of traditional toilet and basin sets reflect the understated, vintage elegance you may want your bathroom to exude. By pairing period styling with modern design and manufacturing processes, we give you the highest quality Victorian toilets and traditional basins that will last you for as long as you can imagine.

Constructed for Longevity

Not only are the traditional toilet and basin suites exquisite to look at, but with these suites you are guaranteed longevity because we construct our vintage toilets and traditional basins from white vitreous China.

This material is hardwearing and durable, and hence resistant to damage, but its smooth gloss finish also makes it attractively shiny and easy to clean. This means it both brightens your bathroom and reduces the amount of time you need to spend scrubbing, which can only be a good thing.

Victorian Toilet & Basin Units

When you are looking for traditional toilets and basin units, it makes sense to buy your vintage toilet and traditional basin together, as it often works out more reasonable. In this way you can assess the various design options we offer, such as dark mahogany or white toilet seats depending on your preference.

Traditional Bathroom Suites Ranges

Our ranges consist of the Victoria Suites, Windsor Suites and Georgia Suites that all have their own charm and elegance about them. Take a browse through the traditional bathroom suites ranges to suit something befitting for the type of bathroom you are hoping to have fitted.

Ease of Fitting

In terms of fitting your Victorian toilet and traditional basin sets, we try to make it as convenient as possible. For instance, we pre-drill the tap holes for you to fit any of our traditional basin taps, whilst guaranteeing you quality on all our vintage toilets and traditional basin sets. This is because they have been passed by the Water Regulations Advisory Scheme, an external body that vets any fittings that will join public water mains.