We're about to install a back to wall toilet in a small space. The cistern will be behind a stud wall, with an access panel above the toilet.
We're just thinking about how to finish the bit of wall that the toilet is actually against - would it be ok to just have a painted wall, or should we tile it? Mostly imagining where the wee will go when small boys miss the bowl...
The paint is the Dulux extra tough washable stuff, which we've not used before and we're hoping would be fine. But we still have the option to just tile the bottom section of that wall with some white tiles.
What's the best option? Cleaning a painted wall, or cleaning a tiled wall?
We don't really want a big panel behind there as we already have the access panel and then a cupboard set into the wall above, so another panel would look strange.