Washbasin Taps & Faucets - For every tastes

TAPS AND FAUCETS FOR EVERY WASHBASIN

How do we generally budget while remodelling a house? We divide every room in the house and set aside a certain amount of money for each. However, when it comes to the washbasin, we generally tend to forget that taps are a separate component of the budget. Bathroom Taps, faucets, and washbasin accessories are sold separately but generally marketed along with the washbasin. So, if you happen to make the same mistake of not considering bathroom taps and faucets as individual products, fret not. We can make this change from today. Companies sell washbasin taps and faucets separately for a good reason. It allows you to have more control over customising your design. So always remember, when you are budgeting for a perfect stylish basin, leave room for the ideal washbasin tap or faucet. 

Nobody likes that moment of something not fitting in. Small fittings like these make a massive difference in the final appearance, and hence we bring you an extensive collection of washbasin taps and faucets for your perfect basin. With most brands offering matching collections and options with different functions like the single taps, faucet tap, double tap, pillar tap and so on, browse this web store to find that perfect match for you. >>Read more

BRANDS OFFERING THE PERFECT WASHBASIN TAPS 

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A QUICK GUIDE TO WASHBASIN TAPS 

When it comes to choosing the right washbasin tap, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, it is best to always choose a basin tap while selecting your washbasin. With multiple options available when it comes to mixers, you do not want to make the wrong choice, as, at times, your washbasin might limit the possibilities of basin taps. Finally, understanding the different types available might spark some design ideas. 

Below listed are the common types of bathroom taps:

 

  • Single-handle: In a single-handle basin faucet tap, the temperature is controlled by which way you turn the lever. It is one of the most common faucet taps used in washbasins. They are minimal in size and look elegant for a simple bathroom.

  • Two-handle: If you want to make your bathroom symmetric, this traditional-style basin tap is a perfect choice. It provides two separate single taps for hot and cold water.

  • Three-hole tap fittings: This third variety suits basins that come with three holes. Generally, two are for the two-handle mixer, where the handles are mounted apart from the spout, and the third one is for a hand shower.

  • Wall-mounted tap fittings: Suitable for a modern and clutter-free washbasin, these wall-mounted taps fit directly into the wall giving you a seamless appearance. This option is great for sinks that come with no holes.

  • Standing Fittings: For a more flexible option, stand-mounted faucets make an excellent choice for washbasins with no holes. They are perfect for stand-alone basins and also can be used for some baths. 

 Use this as a starting point for your research. For example, consider how you want a faucet tap to look in your room, who will be using it and what its purpose is. Deciding on these elements well in advance will make it easier to choose the right basin tap or sink mixer for your washbasin. 

DESIGNER TAPS THAT SUIT YOUR DÉCOR

For the best value on your sink mixers, always buy online. You might be shocked by how affordable designer ranges are when adding visual appeal to the plain sink. Consider the washbasin and faucets as a whole and coordinate them with the other bathroom décor elements because you may be constrained by the possibilities available within a specific price range.

Grohe, Ideal Standard, and Hansgrohe are three well-known brands and a fantastic beginning to start your search. For some very striking, cube-shaped single-lever mixers, Grohe offers the Eurocube line. You may also check out the Grohe Europlus line to find a standing tap that will work with free-standing sinks. Both have the StarLight chrome finish that is their trademark for the best shine. In the interim, Hansgrohe offers the Focus E2 single lever mixer with a ceramic cartridge that leans forward. The wall mounting option Hansgrohe Logis is ideal for a simple, concealed installation.

Consider Keuco as a stylish alternative. The Elegance line features a convenient rotating handle, and the Keuco Plan is a fantastic sensor-operated mixer that is ideal for people with arthritis. Some products from Ideal Standard, like the VITO family, provide a low-pressure solution. Check out their Melange collection for faucets that look nearly organic.

Dornbracht Tara offers matte black two-handle faucets for something incredibly unique that will look great in a super-modern space. A high-tech, wall-mounted infrared unit using eMOTE is also manufactured by Dornbracht. Try Kludi BOZZ for a tall, long-piped mixer appropriate for larger basins and Jado Geometry if you want sleek, angular designs. Finally, Steinberg is an excellent option if you wish for a three-hole mixer with a curved design. Use them as hints to help you locate design ideas. If you start from the taps down, you can achieve the perfect washbasin for your bathroom design without spending much money!