Toilet Seats

Toilet seats are a key component in your bathroom’s functionality and decor. As a hinged unit, toilet seats consist of a toilet lid and a seat. Choose from over 300 styles of toilet seats in this large range. From anti-bacterial toilet seats to quick release seats, oval shaped to square shaped. Find the right toilet seat for your toilet in this Victorian Plumbing collection.

Just because you require a small toilet seat, perhaps for your en-suite or cloakroom, that doesn't mean you need to skimp on style. Depending on your taste, you can choose from a wide variety of colours - including white and cream toilet seats - and shapes - such as round, rectangular and square toilet seats. Browse our novelty small toilet seats for something fun and interesting to brighten up bathroom visits!

Once you know which type of toilet seat you require, such as close coupled, back to wall, soft close, top fixing or quick release, it's now time to choose the material. Solid oak and wooden toilet seats provide traditional bathrooms with a luxury look and feel while modern, designer bathrooms tend to look better with plastic toilet seats which are very easy to maintain.

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Carlton Soft Close Toilet Seat with Chrome Hinges - Various Colour Options Medium Image
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Heritage Soft Close Toilet Seat with Vintage Gold Hinges
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Croydex Flexi-Fix Rutland Solid Oak Anti-Bacterial Toilet Seat with Soft Close and Quick Release - W

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27th February 2024

Seems to be good quality, installation video super helpful. Watch out for NOT cutting the covering film until you have checked it fits and can operate properly!

Peter Jackson- verified purchaser

Premier Bliss Square Soft Close Toilet Seat with Top Fix, Quick Release - NCH198 Large Image

Soft close seat

26th February 2024

Great product easy to install great service and prompt delivery

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Chatsworth Grey Soft Close Toilet Seat Large Image

Replacement Toilet Seat

26th February 2024

Better than the original seat that came with the set. It functions fine and is of good quality.

clair forrest from Cheshire- verified purchaser

Duravit Starck 2 Soft Close Toilet Seat - 0069890000 Large Image

Good Product but Overpriced and Has a Flaw

26th February 2024

This is easy to install and looks good and operates well. But it is so over priced. There is also a flaw to watch out for. They can have a tendency to break in the same place. As you look at it, it is always on the right towards the back - on a clock face it would be about 2:30'ish. It is always outside of guarantee - the manufacturer must know about this - I am hoping it is fixed on this one 🤞

Michael Chittock from Kent- verified purchaser


Upgrading your toilet seat is a fantastic, simple and cost effective way to improve the look of your bathroom. With that in mind, we know it can sometimes be a bit of a minefield trying to find just the right option, so that's why we've put this handy guide together to help make the process easier.

What are the different types of toilet seats?

While you might think that choosing a new toilet seat is pretty straightforward, there are a number of different types, as toilet seats have different methods of fixing and different features. Some of these types include:

Top fixing toilet seats: Some toilet seats will feature top fixing hinges while others - normally the more traditionally styled items - will have bottom fixing hinges which use bolts that secure the seat from underneath.

Soft close toilet seats: These are toilet seats with soft closing mechanisms which mean that the lid closes both gently and silently. A soft close toilet seat is great if you have small children and want to avoid the risk of them slamming the seat on their fingers.

Quick release toilet seats: These seats utilise an innovative hinge mechanism which allows you to quickly release and easily remove the toilet seat from the pan.

Antibacterial toilet seats: These seats have some form of antibacterial treatment incorporated into their material at the time of manufacture, or applied as a coating. This protective layer helps to stop bacteria multiplying on the toilet seat.

Will a universal toilet seat fit my toilet?

This all depends really. If you're not going for a direct replacement which is designed to fit your specific toilet, you do need to be careful. For example, close coupled toilet seats can be very different to back to wall toilet seats, so a truly universal toilet seat isn't really possible.

To make sure your new toilet seat fits, you will need to take some accurate measurements. These measurements are the total depth of the pan (back to front), the internal width of the pan, as well as the width at the widest point, and also the fixing centre distance.

What materials are toilet seats made of?

Generally, toilet seats are made of either plastic or wood. With wooden toilet seats, the choice is then between MDF or solid wood, such as mahogany or solid oak. Plastic toilet seats are usually cheaper, easier to clean and ideal for sleek, contemporary units. Wooden finishes, on the other hand, tend to look more at home in traditional settings. Whichever material you choose, it needs to be good quality.

What colours are available?

Toilet seats are available in a huge range of colours - or you could even opt for a more novelty design. Alongside a classic choice like white or cream, there are more modern options, such as a sleek black toilet seats or designer grey toilet seats, or even more quirky colour choices like blue, teal and peach.

Are they easy to fit?

Toilet seats are certainly one of the easier items to fit when it comes to bathroom upgrades, and they shouldn't pose any problems when tackling the job yourself (as long as your measurements are correct!)

First, you need to remove the old toilet seat. To do this, simply unscrew either the top or bottom fixing bolts which hold the seat in place and gently lift it away from the pan. Then, place the new seat down onto the pan, aligning it with the bolt holes. Push the bolts through the holes and then tighten the nuts from the underside of the pan. Don't apply too much pressure when tightening though as it will make the seat difficult to remove if you need to change it again in the future.