Corner Washbasins



Many different styles, shapes and sizes of basin are available at our on-line store, so you should be able to find one that suits your needs and preferences. If you are fortunate enough to have a spacious bathroom, you will be able to choose from a host of styles and sizes. However, if you are short on space, a corner version may be your ideal option, as it will help you streamline your washroom design. Whether you are replacing your old basin or changing all of your fittings and fixtures, here are a few things to consider when choosing a corner basin from Bathrooms 365.

When it comes to designing or renovating your bathroom, one of the major necessities is choosing a suitable basin. A basin is one of the main focal points of any bathroom, so you must take the time to choose one that is both practical and pleasing on the eye. There are a variety of basins styles to choose from for the interior of your Bathroom, such as contemporary basins, which look lovely in any modern style bathrooms. Traditional style basins come in many designs, and one of the most popular in traditional style is the floral design basin and toilets.

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So as you have seen the options above, just because you’re renovating your washroom it doesn’t mean you can’t renovate it the way you want it, it just needs to be done a little more creatively than usual. Bathrooms really are our little sanctuary, a space to start our day quickly and a place to end it luxuriously, so don’t hesitate to ask us a question, about our products and all those bath area items that we have showcased – after all, everyone deserves a place to indulge after a hard day’s work. Below, we have detailed the types of basins available at our on-line store. If you still have any queries, do not hesitate to give us a call.

Corner Basins: These serve a dual purpose: they save space while creating the illusion of a bigger bathroom. They also work well with a range of complementary accessories, such as wall mirrors, shelves and medicine cabinets. Corner basins come in a range of shapes and sizes, including:

Full Pedestal Basins: These are the classic types that tend to spring to mind when you imagine a bath area. These come in a variety of styles, and can suit almost any type of space. In most cases, the pedestal does not support the basin but covers up any unsightly pipework underneath.

Semi-pedestal basins: These are completely wall-mounted, because the pedestal, as the name suggests, is only a fraction of the size of a full pedestal and its use is simply to hide the pipework. Unlike their full pedestal counterparts, semi-pedestal basins will not take up precious floor space in your bathroom.

Wall-mounted basins: These are fixed against a wall. They can create a feeling of spaciousness, and look aesthetically pleasing when a slender base conceals the pipework.

Semi-recessed basins: These are partly sunk into a vanity unit, so that only the front part or rim is visible. The vanity unit also serves the purpose of covering the pipework underneath.

Countertop basins: These sit on top of a vanity unit. Available in a range of contemporary shapes, they can create a modern and luxurious look.

Types of taps: Choosing a tap for your basin is just as important as choosing the basin itself. You will require a tap that not only fits your chosen sink, but also matches the style of your washroom as a whole. Most corner models have a central tap hole, which means that you will need a mixer tap through which you will be able to draw hot and cold water.

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