We need to replace our loo soon. Its in a very small room by itself and there is no way we can also fit in a basin. I've read about the loos where there is a basin and cold tap built into the cistern and wondered if anyone here has got one and what they think about it.
(I'm not totally convinced about the tap only being cold water but our hot water pipes are some distance away anyway; and I figure that a cold water basin is probably better than none, not least because visitors blunder into our bedroom trying to find the bathroom)
Ours is like the one in my link, managed to get it connect to hot water too, it’s fantastic, we have a separate toilet room thats tiny so this was a great find. No separate waste needed either as drains into the cistern. Mine was from ebay but can’t remember the seller
I'd go with a tiny corner basin. You could solve your hot water problem by fitting one of those small electric water tank things, just a 1litre or something. My gas fitter has one in her en suite and recommended them to me before I realised how straightforward another solution was. Could a corner toilet add some extra flexibility to the mix?
Ohmygoddd I'm not sure a small loo.would.work with my er larger bottom!! Restinggrinchface I have a SN teen. Mess is normal (and usually worse than water)
I wonder if the diagonal arrangement would work. The space is very tiny so I really don't see where we could fit a separate basin without it being in the way or.neing leaned on by sn teen (hes wobbly) and being pulled off the wall.
We have had this one installed this week. www.ukbathroomstore.co.uk/aquarius-combined-spacesaver-wc-toilet-and-basin-aqsswc?gclid=EAIaIQobChMItuP1hdbP1AIVTImyCh1fsQwyEAkYDSABEgIrPvD_BwE It's only 4.5 litre cistern replacing a 7 litre cistern so it is quite small. I like it though as there is now a little room to move to get to sink. I wasn't going to bother with hot water but since the plumbing was exposed next door we got it done and it was a minor job. But the water won't get hot enough anyway for the time it takes to wash your hands. It certainly seems to be working for us, as we have young kids and previously the door opening blocked the entrance to the bathroom so it put them off going in there to wash hands. We wouldn't have really had room to put a separate basin in as the WC width is so narrow.