Leading bathroomware specialist Kohler Co reports an increasing preference for undercounter washbasins among both designers and homeowners.

Bathroom design trends of late appear to be moving towards understated elegance amidst a plethora of sculptural taps, statement basins and bold baths. Undercounter basin installations help to maximise the perception of space and clean, linear surfaces in the bathroom.

Available in a choice of shapes and sizes to cater for smaller ensuites as well as master bathrooms, Kohler’s undercounter basins include the Ladena, a rectangular ‘scooped’ basin 590mm wide, and the Verticyl in oval (435mm) as well as round (350mm) models. 

The Kohler Kathryn Artist Editions Empress Bouquet represents the beautifully elegant vintage era, and will be preferred by those who crave a little embellishment to the understated approach. Featuring a deep bowl design, and available in a rectangular or oval format, the Empress Bouquet has a hand-finished pattern in a modern interpretation of 18th century Chinese print work. Brilliant gold and metallic highlights enhance the overall charm of the design.

Kohler’s undercounter basins are made from high quality vitreous china, and available nationally from specialist retailers.