The wash basin configuration is one of the key considerations for any bathroom project. There is a vast array of choice within our product portfolio, whether the main consideration is style, budget, installation or space allocation. There are also basins which are designed and configured for specific sector use.
Pedestal or Wall Hung Basins
A matching pedestal is available for most basin designs and it provides stable support in addition to concealing unsightly plumbing.
Wall hung wash basins, or furniture units which...
A wash basin mounted on a furniture unit or worktop. The rear half of the wash basin is recessed into the top of the unit and all pipe work can be concealed. The front half of the basin...
A inset basin is set into a countertop or furniture unit concealing all the pipework below.
Under Countertop Basins
A wash basin that is fixed to the underside of the worktop. The worktop cut-out should have a waterproof finish.
A vanity basin 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.
Countertop basins are designed to sit elegantly on top of basin units or worktops. There are options without a tap deck where tall basin mixers would be used, mounted into the worktop for that...
Cloakroom basins are a smaller size, generally between 35-45cm and are ideal for use in cloakrooms and tight spaces. There are different configurations, some more conventional for wall hanging...
Traps, Wastes and Fixations
Additional items required for fixing and plumbing washbasins, such as wastes, bottle traps and supports.