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Poco Countertop 1TH Basin$353.33 inc GST 123130Quick View
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Park Avenue MK2 Countertop Basin$385.00 inc GST 123383Quick View
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Park Avenue MK2 Semi Recessed Basin$385.00 inc GST 123381Quick View
Park Avenue Undercounter Basin$302.70 inc GST 123478Quick View
Park Avenue Wall Hung Powder Room Basin$239.65 inc GST 123363Quick View
Pluro ClearStone Gloss Basin with Matching Stone Waste$643.50 inc GST 22845PQuick View
Byron ClearStone Gloss Basin with Matching Stone Waste$823.90 inc GST 22898Quick View
Byron ClearStone Matt Basin with Chrome Waste Matt$677.60 inc GST 26313PQuick View
Abey’s Basin Range
Bathroom basins have evolved in Australia. No longer is a vitreous China inset basin the only option. There are now a variety of shapes, sizes, applications and finishes to choose from.
What are the key things to consider when purchasing a basin?
1. The first thought when deciding on what basin to purchase is to consider what you are using the basin for. This will determine the size and depth you will need. For instance, if it is only to be used for washing your hands or brushing teeth, a smaller size is all you need. If you need it for washing your hair or shaving, a larger and deeper basin will be best.
2. You also need to consider what taps you want to use. If you are looking at three-piece tapware, you will need to consider a basin that has tap holes. For those wanting to mount tapware to a bench, a countertop basin might be a better option.
3. The material is also an important aspect. Vitreous China is the traditional material that we stock in our Gareth Ashton range, but you can also choose a ClearStone or Natural Stone material (which also matches with our baths). Our GESSI basins come in a variety of modern materials from Gres in the Goccia range right through to Cristalplant in the Eleganza Collection.
4. Before purchasing a basin, it is also important to check with your cabinet maker. Your cabinet maker will need to take this into consideration when designing your vanity to ensure it allows for the appropriate plumbing and storage.
Top Types of Basins
Inset basins are the most traditional basin. They sit into the bench so the rim can be seen around them. Inset basins usually come with a tapholes which makes it easy to mount these to the basin.
Above Counter Basins
These types of basins sit like a salad bowl above the benchtop. Bathroom mixers then needs to be mounted from the wall on from the bench itself. They are modern and allow for plenty of space in your cabinetry as the basin doesn’t take up any space.
This basin options involves the basin being installed under the bench. This makes it easier to wipe messes directly into the bowl and offers the added advantage of more counter space. However, consideration needs to be given to the cabinet that will house the basin to ensure there is enough storage space.
Wall Mounted Basins
A wall basin is one that hangs off a wall. This is a popular option especially for powder rooms or bathrooms where storage isn’t a priority. These basins usually come with tap holes to make tapware installation easy.