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.