The NedlandsContemporary Bathroom, Perth
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5. Semi-recessed basinIf your bathroom or ensuite has limited space, but you would still like some vanity cabinets below your basin for storage, then a semi-recessed basin might be the solution you need.Pros: A semi-recessed basin sits proud at the front of cabinets, and the benchtop that it sits on, allowing you to have much shallower cabinets – maybe even as shallow as 300mm, depending on the basin you choose. This frees up valuable floor space. It also keeps a lot of the bench space free for your cosmetics and products. Much like a pedestal basin, they are a good option for young children and people with limited mobility, as you can get closer to the basin to reach the tap without the obstruction of a benchtop and cabinets.Cons: The storage space underneath is limited. Also, because there isn’t any benchtop around the front of the basin to catch water, splashes and spills onto the floor are more common, especially if you have children. Good for: ‘Mini me’s’ and beauty queens.