From shared ensuites to petite powder rooms — basins and vanities have evolved to become striking stand-alone furniture in the bathroom.
1. The Lavinia spun glass basin from Kohler creates an entirely unique and ever-changing visual display in the bathroom by encouraging a delicate play between light, shadow, ripple and reflection. www.kohler.com.au
2. The Jazz Console 91 from Parisi combines elegant curves with metallic tones for a timeless look that is both classic and contemporary. www.parisi.com.au
3. The ScoopED double basin from Minosa features smooth, long lines for a clean look. Lack of crevices also avoids soap scum build-up. In this bathroom, the double length helps to elongate the space and draws the eye towards an exquisite view. www.minosa.com.au
4. Move over freestanding baths, the freestanding basin has arrived. The Annelie basin from Dado Australia is ideal for powder rooms or spaces where cupboards are not required. www.dadoaustralia.com.au
5. The Mod 4 vanity from Timberline is 100 per cent Australian made from Australian materials. The offset design gives a floating appearance and creates small nooks that increase storage space. www.tile.com.au
By Sarah Knox
From Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly magazine Vol. 19 No. 3