Toilets with a French Curve

French curve toilet seats like the Kohler Rialto or the Kohler San Raphael might offer great aesthetics, but tend to be very hard to fit when it comes to bidet seats. If you're looking for a bidet for french curve toilet, this can be very frustrating. Electric bidet toilet seats store most of their hardware in the back of the seat.  For this reason, the back of a bidet seat tends to be larger then a standard toilet seat. This makes french curve toilets very hard to fit, as the back of most bidet seats are too bulky to fit between the two curves.  While there are a few french curve toilets that no bidet seat will fit (like the Kohler San Martine) when it comes to most, we have good news! There are a few bidet seats that will still work with nearly any of these hard to fit toilets!  Below we will list the bidet toilet seats that will work with most french curve toilets.  This is because they are sleeker in the back, and offer a more rounded back end then other bidet seats on the market.  This design allows them to fit in spaces that other bidet seats can't, and make them perfect for installing on french curve toilets. There are some french curve toilets that no bidet seat will fit, so if you're unsure if your toilet is one of them.  Please ask.  Better safe than sorry! Search our selection of bidet toilet seats for one piece toilets with French curves below!




Q: On this page, you're showing electric bidet seats for french curve toilets, are there bidet attachments for french curve toilets?

A: Bidet attachments are even trickier when it comes to french curve toilets. This comes from the fact that nearly every attachment lays flat across the area where the seat connects, which is impossible to do on a french curve toilet. Due to this limitation, there is only one bidet seat attachment for french curve toilets.  You'll want to check out the Go Bidet Attachment: The Go Bidet works because it has an adjustable arm that allows it to rest anywhere.  You may have to shorten the arm by cutting the excess arm length off to make it work however.


Q: Are all one piece toilets also french curve toilets?

A: Not all one piece toilets are french curve toilets, but all french curve toilets tend to be one piece toilets. If you're looking for a bidet for one piece toilet that is not a french curve toilet, your selection to choose from is much larger.  You can see our bidets that fits one piece toilets by checking out our Bidet Seats for One Piece Toilets list. Alternatively, if you like the sleek look that a french curve toilet offers, you might consider a one piece toilet with bidet that's all in one.  If you think these may appeal to you, check out the One-Piece Washlet+ Systems. These WASHLET+ systems are nicer than just bidet seat for one piece toilet, because the cord and hose remain hidden, where they would not be hidden with a standard seat being added to a standard toilet.


Q: Are there kohler french curve bidet seats?

A: Many of the french curve toilets on the market today are made by kohler. There's a common misconception that when it comes to a bidet seat for a french curve toilet, you need to match brands.  In other words, a Kohler bidet works best with a Kohler toilet, and a TOTO bidet works best with a TOTO toilet, ect.  While there's some truth to that when it comes to TOTO's WASHLET+ series, that's as far as it goes.  In fact, many Kohler french curve toilets will not work with any Kohler bidet seats.  As odd as it sounds, another brand of seat may work better. The list of bidet toilet seats below will fit more french curve toilets than any Kohler bidet seat will.


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