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  • Washbasin types explained

    Single basin

    A single basin is designed to serve one man needs.

  • Washbasin types explained

    Vanity basin

    A vanity washbasin is specifically designed to fit the contour of the matching basin furniture, creating a clean, tidy look with all clutter out of sight in the furniture unit below.

  • Washbasin types explained

    Vessel basin

    Vessel washbasins are designed to sit elegantly on top of basin units or worktops. Separate taps mounted into the worktop lend a look of hotel-style luxury, while a mixer mounted on the vessel’s deck (where available) gives a more contemporary feel.

  • Washbasin types explained

    Countertop basin

    Countertop washbasins are designed to be set into a countertop or basin furniture unit, concealing all the pipework, and of course any bathroom clutter, below, to give you a clean, tidy bathroom.

  • Washbasin types explained

    Semi-countertop

    Semi-countertop washbasins are only partly recessed into furniture, hiding the pipework and the usual bathroom clutter, but are more comfortable to bend over than a fully-recessed countertop washbasin.

  • Washbasin types explained

    Corner basin

    Special basin designed to fit at 45 degrees into the corner, making it possible to use awkwardly shaped bathrooms or cloakrooms.

  • Washbasin types explained

    Double basin

    A double basin is designed to serve two men needs. It needs two tap mixers.

  • Washbasin types explained

    Space-saving basin

    Compact washbasins that save precious space in the bathroom by using a bowl design that doesn’t extend as far forwards as a standard washbasin.

  • Washbasin types explained

    Handwash basin

    Very compact washbasins for hand washing only specially designed to fit in cloakrooms and older properties where the WC is separate from the bathroom.