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Ecorazzo Handbasin by Clou
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Shape by Ceramica Fondovalle
Shape by Ceramica Fondovalle

A comprehensive collection of thin porcelain slabs from Ceramica Fondovalle, Shape includes basins, shower trays, countertops and tables that can be coordinated or contrasted to floor and wall tiles. An array of effects is offered — from marble and concrete to metal, resin and more — as are different sizes and shapes to create a perfectly tailored space.

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Ecorazzo Handbasin by Clou
Ecorazzo Handbasin by Clou

To achieve the terrazzo look of the Ecorazzo handbasins, Dutch bathware brand Clou developed a sustainable material that is 100 per cent made from recycled plastic waste. First collected and sorted by colour, the polyethylene is then shredded, melted and formed into the streamlined and compact sinks. The three colourways offered (Terra Light, Midnight Navy and Galaxy Black) feature minor irregularities, making each one unique.

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Ansel Sink by Durasein

Sleek and streamlined, the Ansel sink from Durasein features an unobtrusive integral overflow and can be specified with an extended countertop. Produced in acrylic in Arctic White or Natural White, the sink is non-porous and resistant to staining, mould and mildew, making it suitable for both residential and commercial use.

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Wave Collection by Kast
Wave sink collection by Kast

With undulating forms, playful silhouettes and bold colourways, the three basins in the Wave collection from Kast — Dune (shown), Tilde and Prim — inject a fresh perspective into the bathroom, one informed by Italian Radicalism and postmodernism. All three are made from aggregate- based concrete.

4 Statement-Making Bathroom Sinks

Personalize a bathroom with one of these sinks boasting original materials and forms.

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