Homebase cloakroom suites consist of a wash basin and toilet and are designed to fit into even the smallest of space, but how much are the cloakroom suites from Homebase?

It depends really on what you need to buy but space saving toilets, sinks with pedestal and wall hung basins start from just £49 and these are good quality cloakroom products not cheap rubbish. The range from this UK DIY shop is categorised into: Lincoln, New Jersey, Peru and Sophia. The models in the ranges match each other so try to find what you need for you cloakroom in the same range.

Homebase Cloakroom SuitesIf you have the space then a cloakroom vanity unit from Cannock or Stafford whilst not cheap are highly desirable items and fit into any style of cloakroom design. Vanity units not only look great but also serve to solve the problem of storage in small areas, you can fit towels, bedding, accessories and cleaning equipment inside a vanity unit.

For under £370 you can purchase and entire cloakroom suite that comes with a corner toilet and a minispace basin with high quality taps that fits perfectly in the other corner of the room. The delivery is quoted as 10 days on the Homebase website so if you want to buy this cloakroom suite then make sure you leave yourself enough time.

To complete your new cloakroom you will need to buy a toilet roll holder, brush and maybe a small towel rail. Such items can be bundled together which can lead to further savings - spend over a certain amount and you could be entitled to 15% off your total bill which can make a big difference on expensive items like toilets, showers, wash basins and vanity units.

If you are going to fit a new cloakroom suite yourself then be aware of safety which includes isolating hot and cold water pipes and turning off the water inlet for the cloakroom. Also, bear in mind the legal requirements of any DIY work relating to water and pipework. You should not contaminate the main water supply and this prevented by installing non return valves on the hot and cold water pipes.