Taps and Fixtures – Completing the Bathroom Design
No matter how above and beyond you go in designing your customized bathroom, it can never be complete without a complementary fixture set. This fixture set includes taps, facets and anything that fits into this specific family of bathroom paraphernalia. The design of such products is not limited to a few designs despite the limit of the functional aspect of its design. Even though a tap will always be just a tap, doesn’t mean you cannot play with the aspects of design that define its aesthetics. Sim Siang Choon – Singapore’s leading kitchen, bathroom and hydrotherapy accessorizing experts – offer a large variety of taps and fixtures to complete the customized aesthetics of your bathrooms. Their designs stand out, are resilient and offer some of the best trendy looks around the globe. To celebrate the best of their designs, we will be taking a look at a list of these taps and fixtures that might make you renovate your own bathrooms.
This tangled facet might be an acquired taste for most, but no one can deny that it is truly iconic. Its unconventional design takes root in the contemporary style and its aesthetic would be truly complementary within a simple, clean, minimalistic foreground of an interior design. Its chrome finish is stylish and the tap nib is large, so this fixture would be perfectly iconic for a perfectly arabesque vanity style.
While the above item was an unconventional rarity that only the avant garde of mind would appreciate, this tap fixture is a typical facet that could be found in any home all around the world. If you like simple, elegant and affordable, then this one would be the best choice for you.
Though not particularly defining, and yet not particularly stereotypical, this design lies somewhere in between. So if you do not fancy the unconventional, but do not like the generic as well, then this style would definitely be a go-to for you.
Fans of modernism would go nuts for this bravely designed contemporary take on modern product design. Its aesthetic may be blocky, but considering most bathrooms are designed in the modern contemporary genre, this can become a definite highlight.