Traditional, Transitional & Modern Bathroom Toilet Seats
Upgrade your bathroom toilet seat to improve the comfort and functionality of your lavatory. Consider your bowl shape and the main user of the bathroom to determine which seat and cover is the best choice. Slow- or soft-close toilet seats provide slam-free, quiet operation and prevent children’s fingers from getting pinched. Slow-close lids also improve accessibility, making sure the lid and seat do not accidentally shut too quickly. Toilet seats with easy lift-off hinges and solid, stain-resistant plastic make maintenance and cleaning effortless. For a high-traffic or commercial restroom, an open-front toilet seat helps reduce the likelihood of a user’s hand accidentally touching the surface. Our collection includes elongated and round toilet seats with and without lids, in colors and styles to match your fixture. Find transitional and traditional seats from Toto, American Standard, and other top brands at Frank Webb Home.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do all toilet seats fit all toilets?
No, not all toilet seats fit all toilets. While the bolts that connect the seat to the bowl are usually placed at a standard distance of 5½ inches, the shape and size of the seat must match the shape and size of the bowl.
How do I know my toilet seat size?
To find your toilet seat size, measure the width of the bowl at its widest point and the length of the bowl from the seat bolts to the outer front edge. Most round bowls will be 16½ inches long and most elongated bowls will measure between 18 and 18½ inches in length.
Are round or elongated toilet seats better?
Elongated toilets and toilet seats are generally preferred over rounded styles. More comfortable and accessible elongated toilet seats feature wider openings that are easier for men and children to use, but round seats accommodate smaller bathrooms and can be more affordable. Elongated seats provide a modern look, while round seats are often very traditional.