Moroccan sinks: They can be a drop-in or a vessel basin
As the Moroccan sinks have a lip, they can be dropped into the countertop, or put on top as a vessel basin to show off the design painted on the outside of the basin.
Even in modern bathrooms, you can add a punch of colour and texture to add personality.
This Reza Moroccan sink was just installed by customer Ann, who cleverly paired it with a Moroccan design floor, and clean white walls and cabinetry. She could have used it as a vessel basin showing off the designs painted on the outside, but she chose to use it as a drop-in basin. So this sink is very versatile.
When looking at taps for our renovated bathroom, I really liked the look of the chrome taps such as the Nicolazzi Provincial taps from Reece Plumbing. But I needed 2, and at $895 each, it was more than I was willing to spend.
Searching online, I found something similar at only $55 each. Bargain....made in China! So I ordered these. Although they were not Australian Standard, my handyman was willing to install them. Even when they were first installed, they felt a bit flimsy, not robust. They did the job for 5 years....
Having a separate loo is convenient, but they tend to be quite tiny rooms. So we thought, "why not bling it up a bit!"
The toilet was old-fashioned and the boring painted plasterboard walls needed warmth, so we added additional features to give the room a bit of warmth and personality.
Here's what we did:
-Replaced the loo with a clever loo from Caroma which has a sink attached to the tank, so you can wash your hands and that water is recycled into the tank and used at the next flush.
-Created a tiled...