Vanity basins are more than just the workhorses in our bathrooms. They can be whatever colour, shape, size and material your heart desires. From the smallest powder room to the grandest master ensuite, the bathroom vanity basin can make or break your design dream. I have scoured the bathroom fixture and fitting world and here are just a snippet of my favourites at the moment.

The English Tapware Company have always been ahead of the traditional bathroom fixture game and this sweet, freestanding vanity unit from The Water Monopoly Rockwell collection is no exception. This bathroom vanity unit comes in an array of colours that aim to please and do I need to mention those feet….

bathroom vanity basin
The English Tapware Company

Stainless steel has historically been a finish best used in our kitchens and laundries. On reflection, I wonder why it took so long for the penny to drop and realise that the bathroom likes this finish just fine. This bench-mounted, Harlow round basin sink available through Abi Interiors comes in brushed brass, brushed copper or gunmetal. Such a timeless and elegant look.

Graceful and gentle is how I would describe this sleek vanity unit. How snuggly would this fit into any powder room? The Falper Lavamani Wwall hung round wash basin is designed for more modest-sized spaces. The attention to detail also kindly offers a spot to sit just for a little something, something. Roger Seller is the place to find these beauties.

Roger Seller

This vanity designed by Mark Gacesa from Ultraspace uses Corian as the hero in the vanity basin, benchtop and cabinetry joinery. Yes, you read correctly, the cabinetry drawer fronts are created with finely fluted Corian. Is there nothing this product cannot do? How on point both in the colour palette and in the ultra smooth finish. The edging of the benchtop is stunning and right now I feel like every benchtop should be finished in the same way. The CASF website is full of additional information not only about this project but so many other beauties as well.

Corian vanity designed by Mark Gacesa Ultraspace