Dec 01, 2017 7:51 am
Building and going to have two bathrooms (not very big) and have no idea what brands to look for for taps / basin / shower / pot / tub etc.. Went to a shop yesterday.. got lost and have a headache by looking them them
Builder is recommending Fienza Koko range for taps etc..
Would like to go midrange (not too expensive) with modern looks and long warranty if possible and easy to fix/replace.
Any few brands and models / collections could help for everything needed in bathrooms
Re: Brands Recommendation for Bathrooms5
Dec 12, 2017 9:26 am
Thanks guys.. will look into them.. also heard the brands kohler and hansgrohe.. will have to see which are in the cheaper range.. budget is blown already....
do recommend if we should look out for anything in tapware / toilet / shower etc..
Brands Recommendation for Bathrooms6
Dec 31, 2017 3:12 am
We used JamieJ for our tapware, towel rack, hooks, hand towel, toilet roll holder. Love her style! My partner did not let me get near gold/rose gold colours especially the brushed ones which are to die for so I had to stick to the more classic chrome and white/chrome.
I think she is the daughter of the founder of ADP that also produces bathroom stuff like vanities,sinks etc. We got our ensuite sinks from ADP which we love too called Dignity which is a semi inset basin. And I think our powder room vanity is from them too which we just got on sale.
We love our Caroma cleanflush toilets which we installed in our ensuite and main bathroom.
We have hansgrohe for our shower heads and they are not bad really. Just me that I prefer to have more pressure in a shower head. So probably, bigger is not always better in this particular thing that I look for.
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Re: Brands Recommendation for Bathrooms7
Jan 03, 2018 3:55 pm
The question you have to ask yourself is whether you want to play 'brand game' and overpay 2x or just get cool looking good quality gear without too much focusing on brand, e.g. check out highgrovebathrooms.com.au
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