For an eye-catching stunning appeal in your bathroom, one should consider installing a semi-recessed basin. With style and grace of a semi-recessed basin comes its convenient countertop plinth to keep hand-wash, soaps and other lotions and portions at a handy reach making it a perfectly comfortable ensemble. We feature a wide range of impressive ceramics from leading global bathroom brands. We are sure you will find one for your bathroom or cloakroom space, too. Browse through our collection and buy one at an economical price point!
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Our semi-recessed basins create a charming look in any style of bathroom or cloakroom. We are sure that our attractive creation will become a prised possession in your bathroom, once you install it. Quality craftsmanship, incredible brands and jaw-dropping aesthetics come suffused in each basin showcased at our online site. We constantly strive to bring you top-notch quality at a reasonable price point, which certainly won’t burn a hole in your pocket!
The Materials Used to Make Sinks
Nowadays it is also possible to choose what your sink is made of, and this can be as tricky as choosing the design. Ceramic, porcelain and marble are some of the most popular materials, and each of these has their benefits. Ceramic is a durable material that will stand the test of time. It is produced from moulded clay that is then fired in a kiln and is great for a simple, clean bathroom style or a traditional Victorian look. Ceramic is fairly easy to care for and can be cleaned easily and will not stain. Dust and other particles can settle easily on ceramic sinks, but this can easily be wiped off with a wet cloth.
Porcelain is also made from ceramic within a kiln, but it comes in two different types - fine fire-clay, which is fired at a low temperature, and Vitreous China, which is fired at a very high temperature. Of the two, fine fireclay is a more porous material, and so the final basin product needs to be glazed to stop it from absorbing too much water. Porcelain can offer the best value for money as a material although higher-end, more expensive versions can also be bought.
Marble sinks might be considered the luxury option and are more expensive than ceramic or porcelain. They are usually made from a combination of marble fragments and resin and form a strong non-porous material, giving a multi-layered and natural look. Marble gives an extremely decadent style to any bathroom, perhaps offering more of a spa feel or it can suit minimalist or contemporary bathroom designs. Due to the strong nature of this material, it is not susceptible to scratches and is also easy to clean.