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Cheap Bathroom Suites: Budget Buys to Create Stylish Spaces

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Cheap bathroom suites don't necessarily look, well, cheap. In fact, there are plenty of ranges out there offering fantastic value for money — not to mention durability and good looks. 

Ultimately, your bathroom suite of choice not only needs to fit your budget, it needs to fit your requirements, and it can be tricky working through which suites suit all your needs. 

We've rounded up some of the best cheap bathroom suites available now to help you make your choice. 

(MORE: Explore our Complete Guide to Bathroom Design)

Best Cheap Bathroom Suites

This cheap bathroom suite from Wickes is great value for money

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1. Wickes Phoenix Bathroom Suite

Best complete bathroom suite

Bath included?: Yes
Delivery charges: Free
Guarantee: 25 years
Reasons to buy
+Full suite including bath and shower screen+Undrilled bath means a wide range of tap options+Good for awkward spaces
Reasons to avoid
-Shower bath may not suit those with separate shower enclosure 

The stylish and substantial Phoenix bathroom suite from Wickes really does offer a value-for-money package and includes the WC, basin with full pedestal, shower bath, shower bath screen and front bath panel. As with most suites, the waste and taps must be purchased separately. 

The shower bath is a great solution for those without the space to include a separate shower enclosure and being un-drilled means you can choose from various tap styles, including wall-mounted, pillar or mixer. 

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This cheap bathroom suite from B&Q is great for a classic style

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2. B&Q Serina Bathroom Suite

Best cheap traditional bathroom suite

Bath included?: No
Matching bath available?: No
Delivery charges: Free
Guarantee: 10 years
Reasons to buy
+Traditional-style bathrooms+45 day returns policy
Reasons to avoid
-Basins all have two pre-drilled tap holes-No matching bath available

This is a great suite for those after classic bathroom style — and would look great in a period property, particularly in a cloakroom, where the lack of matching bath shouldn't present a problem. 

The range includes three styles of basin and two styles of WC. On the downside, those after a monobloc or mixer tap might be put off by the pre-drilled pair of tap holes which are only suitable for pillar-style taps.

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This cheap bathroom suite from Victoria Plum is a great contemporary suite

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3. Victoria Plum Mode Tate Bathroom Suite

Best contemporary cheap bathroom suite

Bath included?: Yes
Delivery charges: Free
Guarantee: 5 years
Reasons to buy
+Complete suite+Bath available in two sizes+No pre-drilled tap holes
Reasons to avoid
-Bath panel could be sturdier

This fabulous contemporary suite is a great option if you want to create a modern yet functional family bathroom.

The double-ended bath is available in two different sizes and features smooth, curved lines which gets design points from us. The suite also comes with an easy-to-clean toilet and basin both made from high-quality ceramic.

Taps need to be bought separately, however, and the plastic bath panel is slightly flimsy so be careful when installing. 

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This cheap bathroom suite from Appliances Direct is big on glamour

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4. Appliances Direct Park Royal Suite

Best for budget bathroom glamour

Bath included?: Yes
Delivery charges: £29.99
Guarantee: 10 years
Reasons to buy
+Freestanding bath allows flexible layout+No pre-drilled tap holes on bath+Perfect for traditional-style bathrooms
Reasons to avoid
-Two tap holes on basin limits tap choices-Higher delivery charges than some

Looking for a bit of drama and glitz in the bathroom? Well look no further than the Park Royal range - a complete suite including a focal point bath tub.

Its freestanding roll top slipper bath, complete with chrome claw and ball feet is sure to become the attention grabber in the room. However, the full-pedestal basin and vintage-style WC may give it a run for its money.

Whilst the slipper bath is free from tap holes, allowing for wall- or floor-mounted taps, the basin comes pre-drilled with two, limiting your options to pillar taps — although these would suit the design perfectly.  

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This cheap bathroom suite from VictoriaPlum is great for small bathrooms

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5. VictoriaPlum Clarity Bathroom Suite

Best small bathroom suite

Bath included? : Yes
Delivery charges: Free
Guarantee: 12 months, although extensions are available
Reasons to buy
+Five bath sizes available+Simple design to suit all interior styles+No pre-drilled tap holes
Reasons to avoid
-Bath panel not included

The Clarity suite from VictoriaPlum is a neat and simple little suite with a suits-all design for all bathroom styles. The compact bath is ideal for smaller spaces.

Its low price tag belies the fact that it includes basin, toilet and bath — although waste, bath panel and taps are not included in the price. 

The WC and basin and both ceramic whilst the bath is made from high-quality 4mm acrylic. 

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What to Know Before you buy a Cheap Bathroom Suite

Don't assume the term 'bathroom suite' means you are getting everything you need to create your new bathroom in one handy package. More often than not, the term bathroom suite only refers to the WC and the basin (along with the basin pedestal depending on the model you have opted for). 

Taps, waste, pipework and the like are rarely included in the cost of the suite. 

Sometimes, however, you will see 'bathroom suite packages' or 'bath suites'. In these cases it is quite common for a bath, bath panels and even shower screens to be included in the total price. 

Whichever you opt for, be sure to check exactly what you are getting for your money — or else that 'cheap' bathroom suite could turn out to be the complete opposite. 

Natasha Brinsmead

Natasha is Homebuilding & Renovating’s Associate Editor and has been a member of the team for over two decades. An experienced journalist and renovation expert, she has written for a number of homes titles. She has renovated a terrace and is at the end of the DIY renovation and extension of her Edwardian cottage. She is now looking for her next project.