Kalessi Bathroom ware

The Renovators Guide To Showers, Basins And More

1. Basics for Basin

  • Under Counter – These basins are installed below the vanity bench top for more space and efficiency in terms of cleaning.
  • 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.
  • Semi -Recessed – These basins have a cut-out on their side so that they can be mounted partially on the bench top.
  • Plug and waste – It is a simple product in which a plug helps you to fill the basin with water and then drain the water safely.

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

    • Bottle Trap – This product is useful to maintain the scent of the bathroom that is bu preventing and discharging odorless. It prevents the odorless by sealing the drainage water in the pipes. When the odor gases go up, they it is automatically collected in the accumulated water.

    Overflow – It is a small hole installed on the side of the basin which drains excess water if the basins are about to overflow. For this process, you need to install an op-up waste system. Basin is also customizable with different shapes, colours, etc. Some of the handy features which come with a basin are stain resistance material and durability.

2. Bath and Shower

    • Material, shape, and colour – In the case of material you can choose steel which is best for quality, solid surface. For shape. you can choose oval and square-shaped baths which are trendy nowadays. Now, in case of colour, you can opt for a white colour which is most versatile and you can also choose black colour. Showers nowadays comes equipped with a lot of features which help to make your everyday life better.

    Freestanding – If You have less space in your bathroom then you might go for an inset or freestanding bath. An inset bath is where the shower and bath are together and a freestanding bath looks more attractive and provides a sanctuary feel. It comes with back to wall option for installation.

      • Fixed and Adjustable shower – A fixed shower with its bare meaning means which is fixed to the wall and is unadjustable and in the case of an adjustable shower, it is still fixed to the wall but possesses the adjustability feature.

      Handheld and Rain showers – Handheld showers provide versatility as it is removed from the place and can be used thereafter which is great when comes to washing kids and pets. In the case of the Rail shower, it is fixed on the rail of the wall and the height is adjustable.

To Wrap Up

These terminologies regarding basin and shower will help you to distinguish and understand the offline and online market. At Kalessi, 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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1. Basics for Basin

  • Under Counter – These basins are installed below the vanity bench top for more space and efficiency in terms of cleaning.
  • 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.
  • Semi -Recessed – These basins have a cut-out on their side so that they can be mounted partially on the bench top.
  • Plug and waste – It is a simple product in which a plug helps you to fill the basin with water and then drain the water safely.

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

    • Bottle Trap – This product is useful to maintain the scent of the bathroom that is bu preventing and discharging odorless. It prevents the odorless by sealing the drainage water in the pipes. When the odor gases go up, they it is automatically collected in the accumulated water.

    Overflow – It is a small hole installed on the side of the basin which drains excess water if the basins are about to overflow. For this process, you need to install an op-up waste system. Basin is also customizable with different shapes, colours, etc. Some of the handy features which come with a basin are stain resistance material and durability.

2. Bath and Shower

    • Material, shape, and colour – In the case of material you can choose steel which is best for quality, solid surface. For shape. you can choose oval and square-shaped baths which are trendy nowadays. Now, in case of colour, you can opt for a white colour which is most versatile and you can also choose black colour. Showers nowadays comes equipped with a lot of features which help to make your everyday life better.

    Freestanding – If You have less space in your bathroom then you might go for an inset or freestanding bath. An inset bath is where the shower and bath are together and a freestanding bath looks more attractive and provides a sanctuary feel. It comes with back to wall option for installation.

      • Fixed and Adjustable shower – A fixed shower with its bare meaning means which is fixed to the wall and is unadjustable and in the case of an adjustable shower, it is still fixed to the wall but possesses the adjustability feature.

      Handheld and Rain showers – Handheld showers provide versatility as it is removed from the place and can be used thereafter which is great when comes to washing kids and pets. In the case of the Rail shower, it is fixed on the rail of the wall and the height is adjustable.

To Wrap Up

These terminologies regarding basin and shower will help you to distinguish and understand the offline and online market. At Kalessi, 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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