If any of you are anything at all like me then you will find yourself torn in two or three minds (or more) when you finally come to the point where you need to choose & decide upon what type of bathroom wash basin, or perhaps what types of bathroom wash basins you will be purchasing to fit into your new, freshly designed and renovated home bathroom. You might not think it right now, but it actually can take a lot of thought and time to finally come to a conclusion and feel content with that choice or choices you have come to make. The reason why it can take such a length of time and require a considerable level of attention is really due to the wide range of choices that there are within the UK Bathroom Furniture market these days, so anyone who struggles to make decisions like I do will find themselves in a bit of a muddle when trying to finalise their choice of bathroom basin/s.
Depending on where you are shopping, you will of course be presented with different models, styles and makes of bathroom basins, you also will be presented with basins made out of various different materials. For example if you are shopping at ‘The Bathrooms and More Store’ website, which in fact is actually a superb place to shop for all your bathroom furniture products, then you will notice that they have organised their large selection of bathroom basins into three sub categories that come below the main ‘Basins’ tab on the website navigation menu. The three sub menus you will see are: ‘Ceramic Basin Bowl Sets’, ‘Stone Basin Bowl Sets’ & ‘Glass Corner Basins’. Then as you dive into each of these sub menus, you will find yourself facing a numbers of additional variations to choose between; within the Ceramic Basin Bow Sets page you will find that you can choose between black or white ceramic basins and there are then 6 different shapes to also choose from. The Glass Basin category thankfully is not filled with so many choices, however when you make it into the Stone Basin Bowl Sets section, you are going to find Basins made from Marble, Travertine, Quartz & Onyx, and it doesn’t stop here. You will also notice that some of the stone basins come in numerous colours or finishes – for example you have grey, white and cream marble basins, and quartz basins can come as black or white also. The website is frequently being updated with what they have in stock at any given time, so if you don’t find what you are looking for right away, then I advise returning again each week and soon enough you will find the perfect bathroom basin to suit your taste and fit in with the rest of the units within your new bathroom.
For me, I like the Travertine or Onyx basins as I like the colour of the Golden Onyx and the finish with the solid, elegant Travertine basins. However, if the rest of your bathroom countertops are made of Marble or something else, then you should probably try and match the same stone basin/s as those other unit countertops. Happy shopping!