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The Basics of Choosing a Basin for Your Bathroom

Basins come in different shapes and sizes and you have to decide the use for the same, i.e., no. of family members, space available, etc., then in this scenario, you have to decide the no. of basin you want to install. There can be other factors like morning rush activities, if you have an infant, then in these cases, it is a viable option to install at least 2 basins.

1. Types of basins available in the market

1.1 Under Counter

These basins are installed below the vanity bench top for more space and efficiency in terms of cleaning.

1.2 Above Counter

Similarly, an above counter is installed on the top of the vanity bench top. They are best when your bathroom approach is design-centric. This basin is good for tall people because the rims are generally available above the waist,

1.3 Semi -Recessed

These basins have a cut-out on their side so that they can be mounted partially on the bench top.

1.4 Inset

These basins are between the above and under-counter basins, in which half the part is visible above and the half is visible below.

1.5 Wall Hung Basins

As the name suggests these basins are attached to a wall with the help of brackets and don’t require a vanity. It is optimal for a bathroom with a small space.

1.6 Free standing basin

Floor-mounted basins are attached to the floor with some space to the adjacent wall.

2. Choose your style

Here, we recommend choosing a single style that you want to go with, it makes the process of selection less complex and time-consuming. You will face fewer problems regarding your colour palette. Also, a unique style will help to choose a unique basin that suits your overall style, i.e., maybe you want a vintage look or modern look or classic contemporary look, or an industrial look. Try to stick with your style and buy the products which match it.

3. Tapware and Vanity

Tapware is also important as it will influence your basin’s overall style, so it automatically becomes important to choose the right tapware. In the case of the Australian bathroom, basins have either one or three tapholes where you can mount tapware.

Vanities also comes into the picture as it is often used for storage purpose it helps to look your bathroom clean with less clutter, In the case of the powder room, you may not need a vanity set as you can install freestanding or wall-hung basins. You can keep a wicker basket underneath the vanity tops for more storage options and it also looks attractive on its own.

To Wrap Up

This blog will help you to choose the best basins that will suit and compliment your overall style. We offer a variety of bathroom-related hardware and the same can be browsed from our website. For more information, contact us at info@kalessi.com.au and Tel – 0434839719, (03) 9574 1988

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The Basics of Choosing a Basin for Your Bathroom

Basins come in different shapes and sizes and you have to decide the use for the same, i.e., no. of family members, space available, etc., then in this scenario, you have to decide the no. of basin you want to install. There can be other factors like morning rush activities, if you have an infant, then in these cases, it is a viable option to install at least 2 basins.

1. Types of basins available in the market

1.1 Under Counter

These basins are installed below the vanity bench top for more space and efficiency in terms of cleaning.

1.2 Above Counter

Similarly, an above counter is installed on the top of the vanity bench top. They are best when your bathroom approach is design-centric. This basin is good for tall people because the rims are generally available above the waist,

1.3 Semi -Recessed

These basins have a cut-out on their side so that they can be mounted partially on the bench top.

1.4 Inset

These basins are between the above and under-counter basins, in which half the part is visible above and the half is visible below.

5. Wall Hung Basins

As the name suggests these basins are attached to a wall with the help of brackets and don’t require a vanity. It is optimal for a bathroom with a small space.

1.6 Free standing basin

Floor-mounted basins are attached to the floor with some space to the adjacent wall.

2. Choose your style

Here, we recommend choosing a single style that you want to go with, it makes the process of selection less complex and time-consuming. You will face fewer problems regarding your colour palette. Also, a unique style will help to choose a unique basin that suits your overall style, i.e., maybe you want a vintage look or modern look or classic contemporary look, or an industrial look. Try to stick with your style and buy the products which match it.

3. Tapware and Vanity

Tapware is also important as it will influence your basin’s overall style, so it automatically becomes important to choose the right tapware. In the case of the Australian bathroom, basins have either one or three tapholes where you can mount tapware.

Vanities also comes into the picture as it is often used for storage purpose it helps to look your bathroom clean with less clutter, In the case of the powder room, you may not need a vanity set as you can install freestanding or wall-hung basins. You can keep a wicker basket underneath the vanity tops for more storage options and it also looks attractive on its own.

To Wrap Up

This blog will help you to choose the best basins that will suit and compliment your overall style. We offer a variety of bathroom-related hardware and the same can be browsed from our website. For more information, contact us at info@kalessi.com.au and Tel – 0434839719, (03) 9574 1988

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