CHOOSE A NEW BASIN AND TAPS

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These stylish options will transform your look
Create instant impact in your bathroom without overhauling the entire space by fitting a new basin and taps. Sinks come in a range of shapes and sizes and can be wall mounted or placed on top of a vanity stand.
For small bathrooms, look for short projection basins or corner designs. Families will benefit from deep bowls where splashes won’t easily escape, while couples could invest in matching designs placed side-by-side.
Your selection of taps is as important as your choice of basin. Pedestal, wall-hung or semi-pedestal designs are usually paired with deck-mounted taps – so it’s important to check the number of pre-drilled holes, as this will dictate the type of fixture you can have. A countertop washbowl may not have any holes, so must be teamed with wall-mounted or tall countertop fittings.

Heritage design: Get the look

 

Simple and traditional in style, the Edinburgh ceramic pedestal from Joyou would look idea in a period home.

Deep impact: Get the look

Basin Taps main
The Maru 42 basin is suitable for countertop or semi-recessed installation. Available at Victoria+Albert, it’s made from quarrycast, a blend of rare volcanic limestone and resin.

Top tip

Try to choose a tap that suits the water pressure in your home. If you have a limited force, a fitting that works to a low-flow system will deliver a powerful stream of water.

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