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Get 10% off tapware when you order tiles and tapware together. Use the code YABBY10 (T&C apply)

Basins

From sleek and modern to something more classic, the right basin can set the tone for your whole bathroom. Our selection of bathroom sinks has been carefully selected to ensure there is something for every taste, so you can find your perfect fit.

Our tightly curated selection of bathroom sinks is the epitome of elegance and functionality. Crafted with precision, these bathroom basins seamlessly blend modern aesthetics with unparalleled practicality. A TileCloud basin comes with a promise of style, craftsmanship and longevity.

Available in a succinct array of classic styles, our wash basins stand alone as a beautiful piece of bathroom hardware. Meticulously engineered with high-quality materials, they promise exceptional durability and resilience to daily wear and tear.

Effortlessly elevate your bathroom decor with our sleek, chic and minimalist bathroom sinks. With a choice of both oval and round shapes available, we've chosen to keep our selection classic and understated. Upgrade your sanctuary with our bathroom sinks, where form meets function flawlessly.

FAQ

How high should your tap sit above the basin?
While there are no hard and fast rules, your tap should be positioned at a height above your basin that allows for comfortable usage. The tap spout should usually sit around 15 to 20 centimetres above the basin's rim. This allows for easy access to the water flow without the need to strain or bend excessively.
How do you clean a bathroom basin?
Cleaning your bathroom basin is a straightforward task that can be done with basic household cleaning products. For best (and safest) results, you'll need rubber gloves, an all-purpose cleaner, a soft sponge or cloth, an old toothbrush (optional for hard-to-reach areas), baking soda (optional for stubborn stains) and a dry microfibre cloth. Clear the basin of any clutter and rinse all surfaces with warm water. Spray the all-purpose cleaner onto the basin's surface, including the tap handles and any other fixtures. If you prefer a natural cleaning method, you can use a mixture of equal parts white vinegar and water. Use a soft sponge or cloth to scrub the basin's surface and fixtures, paying attention to areas with soap scum, toothpaste residue, or stains. For stubborn stains, make a paste with baking soda and water, apply it to the stain, and let it sit for a few minutes before scrubbing. Rinse all surfaces with warm water to get rid of any product residue, then use a dry microfibre cloth to wipe down the basin and fixtures, leaving a streak-free finish.
Do you need tiles behind a basin?
Having tiles behind your basin isn't a strict requirement, but there are some advantages to going down the tiled route. First, tiles are water-resistant, making them an excellent choice for areas prone to water splashes and spills (hint: around a basin). They create a protective barrier on the wall, preventing water from seeping into the wall material and causing damage over time. Secondly, they aree smooth and non-porous, making them easy to clean and maintain. They can withstand regular cleaning with water and mild cleaning agents without deteriorating. Finally, tiles give you an extra opportunity to add a pop of colour or texture to your space.
When should you replace your bathroom sink?
A bathroom sink typically doesn't have a set expiration date as it largely depends on factors like the quality of the materials, usage, and maintenance. However, it should be replaced when it starts to show signs of extensive damage or wear that can't be repaired, such as significant cracks, stubborn stains, corrosion, or persistent leaks. Moreover, if your sink is outdated and no longer fits the aesthetics of your bathroom, it might be time for a replacement to give your bathroom a fresh look. Lastly, if the sink has become functionally obsolete—for instance, if it's too small to comfortably use or it doesn't meet your current needs—it could be an indication that a replacement is due.