Bathroom Door Locks
It is important to know what type of lock to fit on a bathroom door. Here you will find all of our bathroom locks, ranging from the common sash-lock type bathroom locks which offer a latch and a deadbolt, which utilise handles for the latch and a turn to lock the door via the deadbolt, through to a small tubular-type bolt that does not require handles, and is purely for locking and unlocking the door.
All these bathroom locks share one common similarity - they all require the use of privacy turns
, also known as 'turn and release
' sets. These typically offer a thumbturn on the inside to allow the occupant to lock the door, and usually an emergency override
or "emergency release" on the outside, so that in the event of an emergency or suspected hazard, the door is unlockable from the outside
by using a screwdriver, butter knife, coin, or any other thin implement inserted into the slotted section of the turn set on the outside of the door.
We've included a range of these turn and release sets below, bringing both the lock and the furniture to operate it together in one place. These locks and lock sets are also suitable for use on doors such as toilet doors, wet rooms, ensuite shower rooms and changing rooms. You'll also find a range of indicator bolts, which don't require a lock, but can still secure the door for privacy purposes and these are commonly used on toilet cubicle doors where there's no need for a full lock.
Find out more about the different types of bathroom door lock in our article here: