Choosing a new wash basin can be a deceptively arduous task, given that there is now a multitude of styles to pick from. Gone are the days of a simple choice where a wash basin was of the basic white stand variety that was simply viewed in terms of its practical use. These days, the pedestal variety still exists in an updated form, but you can now also opt for wall hung or countertop basins and that can give a contemporary feel to your bathroom and offer space saving benefits as well. When making your decision, you should look at the current design of your bathroom in order to pick something that will complement the style. A wash basin can either be made into a feature and be the centrepiece of your bathroom design, or it can be unassuming, allowing space for other features to govern the style of your space.
Why Basin with Stands are Popular?
Wash basins with a stand offer an updated version of the classic style of bathroom sink and are still popular for many reasons. They generally offer good value for money, are easy to install and are reliable. However, although they can be viewed as the 'basic' option, there is still a huge range of choice and style that can be applied to their design. The basin section itself can be round or rectangular or even frilled whilst the stand is usually made of chrome or wood, making it easy to clean and maintain. Tap attachments can further enhance the look and pedestal sinks look great if you are going for that old English classic style with separate hot and cold taps. The stand gives a practical function to the space beneath the sink while maintaining a clean minimalist style. If you like the idea of a wash basin cupboard but don't want to add bulk to your bathroom, then the stand basin can be the solution. The stand often comes with a number of features that add functionality, such as a glass shelf for storing towels and other items, a rail to hang a hand towel from and even side hooks that can be used for many purposes.