- Solid Surface Basin
- Solid Surface Bathtub
- Bathroom Vanity Cabinet
- Undermounted Sink
- Shower Trays
- Solid Surface Bathroom Countertop
- Solid Surface Worktop
- Solid Surface Stool
bathroom sinks or basins
In addition to all of these options, the material for making a bathroom sink or Basin is also very diverse.
Type of bathroom sink or bathtub.
The stand-alone sink can be installed on the wall or on a base that is not attached to the wall.
Wall Mounted sinks are also available in a variety of options.
To save space, there are single sinks, double sinks and sinks that can be installed in the corner.
The version of the base installation can be fancy or practical, retro or modern.
Some are flat, some are tailgates, and although they are not installed on the wall, they meet the wall.
There is also the sink installed on the base, which falls into the frame on the leg.
Some of them were also found in wrought iron, some stainless steel and other materials.
All of this is attractive and unique, the downside is that they offer little storage and in some cases there is no surface space for beauty products. 2.
Wall-mounted bathroom sink-
When the overall size of the house is reduced, especially when the bathroom changes for hours, the sink installed by the dresser appears.
The sink mounted on the vanity can be self-trimmed.
This is a sink with the edge at the top of the counter.
The trim sink sits flat with the countertop and has a metal edge to seal it on the countertop. The under-
The installed sink is installed from below and the countertop is required to be waterproof. 3.
There is a whole unit.
The sink is part of the countertop and molded.
This app usually has dents for holding soap and usually a built-in tailgate.
The advantage of the overall bathroom sink is that there is no seam to collect dirt and it is easy to keep clean.
The application of the bathroom sink of your choice depends on the bathroom and personal choice.