- Plumbers, basinologists, architects, assemble. Find my basin.
I really like this basin from the swedish house of hell. However, it would be great if it did not have a tap hole.
I like the big flat area for keeping stuff, and I like the smaller sink so I can fill it fast for shaving etc. I really want 900-1000mm wide top, but not a bloody great wide sink that often comes with these bigger ones.
I can get a tap hole filler in stainless or ceramic, but it would be much nicer if it didn’t have one at all. Any help?
In an old house I had, the basin had a little ceramic cup that fitted in the unused tap hole as a toothbrush holder.
Never seen one for sale anywhere and no idea if it was a fluke of sizing that was repurposed. But it was great and I wish I had kept it when I moved.
No help whatsoever to you though. Sorry. 👍Posted 1 year ago
If you fill the tap hole where is the tap going to go?Posted 1 year ago
Gives a nice clear basin top, easy to clean.Posted 1 year ago
Only 800mm wide but otherwise seems to fit the bill.
How about the “bowl on a shelf” option?
e.g, https://www.bigbathroomshop.co.uk/milano-irwell-round-countertop-basin-with-mirage-high-rise-tap-69813Posted 1 year ago
pocket rocket good finds cheers.
drlex – I did think of that but like the clean look of the whole unit.
I also found this https://www.lussostone.com/stone-resin-basins-c2/lusso-stone-aura-stone-resin-wall-hung-counter-top-basin-900-p161
If only ikea did the one I want, cos these are all bloody expensive…Posted 1 year ago
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