Choosing the perfect taps for your new bathroom is one of the most enjoyable parts of the whole bathroom buying experience.
With so many different styles and designs to choose from, you really can go to town personalising your overall decor. From traditional style taps with cross handle controls to sleek, contemporary designs with waterfall spouts, there really is a tap to suit every personality and taste.
For your bathroom to really work, you'll want to coordinate your style. Whilst buying your tap and vanity unit in separation may produce an "interesting" result, it will most likely look far more pleasing on the eye if both items match.
So, to take the guesswork out of the equation, we've provided 4 perfect tap and bathroom furniture combinations, giving you pointers on what to look out for when buying the perfect tap to go with your bathroom furniture.
The perfect combination for a traditional style bathroom, these two items really were made for each other. The white satin finish and panel detailing make this vanity unit a real classic, whilst the easy-to-use ceramic handle design and curved spout give the more modern basin mixer tap design a traditional twist.
Note: Since publication, the Antonio tap has been renamed "Winchester".
With curves in all the right places, these two items can never be accused of being anything other than beautiful. With its bowed frontage, the Curvaceous vanity unit is cool and contemporary, with a pristine white gloss finish that is easy to clean. Paired with the Century basin mixer tap, the simple curves are echoed in the shape of the spout for a look that is both sassy and sophisticated.
Note: Since publication, the Curvaceous unit has been renamed "Harrison" and the Century tap has been renamed "Wye".
If traditional trappings and contemporary curves aren't quite your thing, why not go for something with a bit of edge? The Mode Dixon basin mixer tap features crisp, angular lines and a minimalist square lever for genuine designer style. To complement this, the Purity vanity unit comes in an on-trend grey finish, with push-to-open doors and a high quality ceramic basin.
Note: Since publication, the Purity unit has been renamed "Carter" and the Dixon tap has also been renamed "Carter".
With its elegant panel detailing and vintage-inspired sage green finish, this Camberley vanity unit from The Bath Co. collection is the perfect size for any downstairs cloakroom or even a small bathroom.
You may think you'd need to complement this unit with a traditional basin mixer tap, but that is spectacularly not the case. The Newport cloakroom basin mixer tap is a little smaller than its regular-sized counterparts, but the mix of contemporary design and traditional style work brilliantly together in this instance. Indeed, mixing traditional and contemporary elements is a bathroom trend which is on the rise.
Note: Since publication, the Camberley sage unit has been discontinued but is still available in other colours, whilst the Newport tap has been renamed "Ellis".
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