If you’re looking for a sleek and minimalistic bathroom basin, then you should consider undermount (also known as undercounter) basins.
They are attached beneath the vanity top, resulting in a seamless transition from your countertop to your basin. It makes cleaning extremely easy as there is no lip or crevice which can catch dirt.
Because of the understated design, an undermount bathroom basin allows you the option of drawing attention to your vanity or other bathroom elements instead.
We sell both square and circular ceramic basins in a variety of sizes – from small to large. Most of them also come with included overflows.
What is the Typical Size of An Undermount Bathroom Basin?
Rectangular undermount bathroom basins range start from about 400mm in length with around 300mm in width.
Oval or circular basins are about 350mm to 450mm in diameter.
This is just a general guide and of course sizes can vary significantly between different models.
What is the Difference Between a Drop In and Undermount Basin?
Although similar, drop in or inset basins are different because the lip of their construction sits on the countertop.
This is compared to an undermount basin which is entirely situated underneath the countertop.
The practical result is that you can effortlessly swipe dust and dirt into an undermount basin whilst the dirt will stop at the edge of a drop in basin.