There are many fixtures and fittings that you need to consider when designing or renovating your bathroom. It is so important that you choose the right shower for your needs, include storage in the design, have adequate flooring and of course, choose the ultimate bath for your space. What often gets overlooked initially are the taps.
Taps are just as important when it comes to choosing fixtures as the shower is. Taps are probably the most commonly used item in the bathroom for hand washing, teeth brushing and the like, and the right taps can mix functionality and design to add an extra edge to how your new bathroom will look and feel.
A traditional tap needn’t be a boring looking tap. The Plumbworld range of traditional taps for both basins and bath tubs includes some beautifully designed traditional taps. A popular style at the moment is the Ideal Standard Kingston bathroom tap set. Starting from just £69 (RRP £104) these somewhat quirky taps are uncomplicated in design but fit perfectly in a Victorian or Georgian bathroom.
For something a little more special, the Burlington tap range includes some very special looking traditional taps which start at £164 and reach up to £497 for their bath filling taps.
With their sleek and easy to use design, the modern taps that Plumbworld have in stock are convenient to use and fit well in any up to date bathroom. In addition to this they do also tend to start off cheaper in price than their more traditional counterparts. Stick handled taps are increasingly popular as they are easy to use and can control the speed of the flow of water. Starting at just £29.18, the Cascade range of modern stick handled tap sets do the job required and look almost industrial which can be an effective look for a bathroom that has been designed in an almost stark way.
There is an enormous amount of modern taps to choose from so that as a buyer, you can be sure that there is something available that is perfect for you and your bathroom space.
Water Saving Taps
Environmentally friendly fixtures are becoming increasingly popular, and not only due to the fact that people are more educated nowadays about how their actions impact the planet. Bathroom fixtures that are eco-friendly tend to also be more budget friendly. It stands to reason that the less water you use, the less you are billed for.
Water saving devices start from just £5.19 and the water saving “Mono” basin tap set from £73 (RRP £122) proves that choosing the eco-friendly route does not need to be prohibitively expensive.
There are many taps to choose from to complete your new or improved bathroom. Choosing those which complements the overall style of the room and provides functionality as well as style is the perfect way to finish your bathroom project.