Records show that baths and their design have greatly varied ever since mankind came to know of the benefits of personal hygiene and cleanliness. At times, baths have been freestanding, while during other periods, they were built in or constructed along with the building or area which housed them.
Throughout the Americas, they’re known as “faucets”. In the United Kingdom, South Africa and other English speaking countries, most people call them “taps”. Either way, mankind relies on and uses these functional devices umpteen times every single day, without giving their origin a second thought.
Shower Faucets and Heads Ensure Sheer Shower Bliss
Gone are the days when adjusting your shower’s water temperature accurately was a hit-and-miss affair. It could take quite a while, especially if you lived in an area where the water pressure was low or the home’s water supply was prone to pressure fluctuation.
The Art of Italian Basin Design Now in South Africa
More South African homeowners, developers of premium properties, architects and interior designers have started to recognise the advantages of buying their basins and other sanitary ware from OXO Bathrooms, a leading manufacturer and supplier of bathroom works of art.
Find Your Own Exclusive Contemporary Basin
What distinguishes a contemporary bathroom basin from any or all others? The answer lies in its style, design and modernity. Such a basin may be said to be fashionable, trendy, up to date, current or possibly even ahead of its time.
Cutting-Edge, Inspirational Italian Ceramic Basins
Virtually everyone in South Africa and elsewhere is familiar with the typical bathroom basin on a rather standard pedestal which has featured in most homes for many, many years. Although designs and sizes may have differed somewhat, basins’ (and pedestals’) shiny, high-gloss finish and overall look was relatively uniform throughout, irrespective of the unit’s colour.