If you’re on the lookout for a classic washbasin for your bathroom renovation project, consider installing an inset basin. The bathroom inset basin, also called a drop-in basin, is a stylish piece that delivers a sleek, gorgeous look. Perfect for the ultra-modern bathroom design, it is a great way to express your style and keep your space clean and organised while handling all your sanitary needs. An inset basin is installed into a countertop or vanity unit so that the depth of the bowl sits inside, below the top and only the edges of the basin stay visible. This setting conceals all the pipework, frees up your worktop, preserves your space and provides a practical solution for all laundry needs.
The inset bathroom basins are an excellent option for you if you love a spacious bathroom but do not have that much space at your disposal. Keep things off the floor by choosing the countertop inset basin and use the extra space on your worktop to organise your essentials. If you prefer the inset vanity basin, then feel free to shelve your towels, shampoo and toilet paper or keep some necessities like soap and toothbrush in view on your worktop. The inset bathroom basins are available in various sizes, making them a fantastic fit for large and small-sized bathrooms. Their concealed design makes them a smart space-saving option for small bathrooms. However, when installed in a large bathroom, they become a pleasant feast for the eye, adding glitz and style. If you have space, feel free to install the double inset basin, add a led mirror above the counter and throw in a complimentary luxe tap for a luxurious look.
When buying bathroom basins online, you must know the correct measurement of your countertop or vanity unit to enable you to make the right size selection. We have drop-in basins in size 400mm - 545mm. Our basins also come in an eclectic range of exotic finishes — marble white, matte white, glossy white, and more. If you are in the market for your new build, it's great to keep things consistent. So, feel free to shop for a complimentary bath, toilet suite, tapware and other accessories. Some of our inset bathroom basins come with one tap hole; others come with two tap holes, while some come without a tap hole. These variants give you the freedom to personalise your tapware choice. So, step things up by installing a sleek wall-mounted basin spout. If you like crisp straight lines, you can opt for the square, rectangle or square edge inset basins. But if trendy, chic, minimalistic is your vibe, then any of our round, oval or round edge drop-in basins will be the perfect choice for your home.
If you are looking for a reputable store to buy inset basins online, why not check out Bathroom Factory Warehouse. You can look through our website to see our 5-star reviews or visit our showroom in Sydney, Australia, to discover why customers trust us so much.
Because we’ve been in the market for a long time, we understand your bathroom furniture needs and pride ourselves in our ability to provide practical, affordable solutions.
We know that luxury bathroom supplies shouldn’t cost a zillion bucks. So, we take extra care to provide an incredible selection of premium products at unbeatable prices. When you shop our range of inset basins or other bathroom furniture, you will attest to our incredibly low prices. So, feel free to take advantage of our highly discounted inset basin deals and update your bathroom design.
Our Sydney showroom is open Monday - Friday from 9 am -4 pm. You can book an appointment to visit and view our products. But if visiting the showroom is not convenient for you, then go ahead and shop from our online store. Our website is secure, and we guarantee the safety of your personal information. Go on, find the perfect inset basin for your bathroom and add it to your cart. Check out in a few steps, and your delivery will be on its way. We deliver Australia wide. And with quality brands like Mercio and PS, you can rest assured that your inset bathroom basin will go the distance.
Frequently Asked Questions
You can ask your plumber to give you the measurement or do it yourself. If you want to measure it yourself, get a tape measure, and measure the whole distance from one side of the basin to the other. Then, measure the length and depth of the basin. This would give you the correct measurement to work with.