How to Choose the Right Bathroom Tapware, whether Basin or Wall Mounted?
Take a Sneak Peek at the New Castle Hill Showroom’s Bathroom Tapware Range
Colours and styles of tapware have become a key feature of bathroom makeovers. The type of mounting of tapware has also become a major consideration. Whether it’s a basin, ceiling, floor, or wall-mounted tapware; we have the perfect sets for your bathroom. Here are some of the colours and finishes you can choose from:
• Black and gold tapware
• Black and chrome tapware.
• White and chrome tapware.
• Brushed nickel tapware.
• Brushed gold tapware.
• Matt Black tapware.
• Brass and rose gold tapware.
Choosing the perfect bathroom tapware can be a lot of fun. In our new Castle Hill showroom, we’ve been spending time playing with our extensive tapware range. As a homeowner, you can renovate your bathroom into the design of your dreams. Whether you are renovating, undertaking a new build or a simple bathroom refresh, Sydney Styles Bathrooms and Kitchens(*1) can help.
5 Considerations to Help you Choose the Right Tapware
When it comes to tapware, you may be fitting sets to the basin, benchtop, wall, bath, ceiling or even the floor. The most important considerations when choosing bathroom tapware are:
2. Where existing plumbing connections and services are located.
3. Bathroom design and style.
5. Replacement parts.
The bathroom is a functional space where everything is easily accessed – and easily cleaned. You may need taps mounted low for easy access or hand-held showerheads, which can make bathing (and cleaning the shower much more comfortable for everyone in the household).
2. Existing Connections
Before you start your renovation, you will need to know how tapware will be mounted. Builders and plumbers will need to ensure all services are lined up correctly to accommodate your dream tapware.
3. Bathroom Design
What colours and styles appeal to you? Your bathroom is your space to relax, pamper and wash the worries of the day away. Visit our showrooms to experience how different designs feel. Do you want your tapware to subtly complement the bathroom design or be a key design element in your bathroom?
Space will be a critical factor in the type of tapware you choose. For example, tight spaces benefit from wall mounting because it frees up basin and bench space. If you have ample space, floor-mounted bath fillers that stretch up and over a bath can create a stunning aesthetic.
5. Replacement Parts
Down the track, if any repairs or replacements are required, consider how easy it will be to locate replacement parts. Your plumber will find that replacement parts will be easier to come by if you have chosen reputable, trusted brands. Having to re-do waterproofing and tiling to suit a complete set of new tapware can be costly and inconvenient.
We want to see you have a positive bathroom renovation experience. We also want you to be able to fly through warranties, replacement parts and any other challenges that may pop up over the lifetime of your bathroom.
We choose products that have proven to withstand the test of time and companies who give exceptional post-sales service. For example, brands like Caroma; Dorf; Phoenix; Linsol; Abey; Conserv; Methven; Ikon and many more.
Did you know that we can help with everything from inspiration and design, as well as managing your entire renovation? Feel free to visit one of our showrooms, contact us by phone or online when you are ready to turn your bathroom into your dream in-home spa get-away.
Visit us in our Hornsby or Castle Hill showrooms. We look forward to meeting you and turning your bathroom into a serene and functional space!
(02) 8411 2958 – Unit 3/4 Bridge Road, Hornsby NSW 2077
(02) 9042 1790 – 2/8 Victoria Ave, Castle Hill, NSW 2154
References *1. Sydney Styles Bathrooms and Kitchens. Bathrooms. 2020.
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