What are Bathroom Vanity Basins? In its most basic definition, a bathroom vanity basin is a sink that comes with a vanity unit as its pairing. A basin (also called a sink) is an essential feature that every bathroom must have. Its role is pretty straightforward: It is a place where you can wash your hands or face so you do not have to use the toilet (highly not recommended) or the shower just to complete these tasks. This may prompt you to ask: if a sink is enough to help a person complete any tasks they want to, why would it have to be paired with a vanity unit?
Bathroom Vanity Basins are unique in this regard. A unit of this feature can offer you a twofold advantage. It aids you in cleaning up and it allows you to get ready in the morning. As a vanity unit would not be complete without a mirror, it would be a nice addition to a bathroom setting. You can even watch yourself brush your teeth to get a better picture of what is going on. A vanity/basin hybrid unit is also an all in one feature.
Bathroom Vanity Basins come with tons of storage units. There is under-sink compartment to complement the features (it could be fitted with shelving units or drawers). This section can be used to store anything from extra towels or supplies such as toilet paper or soaps. The mirror may or may not come with a cabinet behind it. If it does come with one, the cabinet can function as storage space to keep anything from medications to toothbrush or shaving kit. So, really, you can never go wrong by choosing a vanity/basin hybrid unit like this. If anything, organizational concerns wouldn’t be that big of a deal in your bathroom.