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Integrated washbasins

Over time, vanity cabinets with integrated washbasins have made a place for themselves in modern bathrooms: we love their minimalist lines, natural elegance and the fact that they’re so easy to clean. These ultra-sleek washbasins are both visually appealing and very practical.  But what material should you choose: ceramic or lava stone? Explanations.

# Ceramic

Ceramic is the material of choice for integrated washbasins. Durable and resistant, it is also less expensive than lava stone.  Smooth and bright, it is incredibly easy to maintain.

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Edgar teak and ceramic bathroom unit

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Edgar teak and ceramic bathroom unit

If it’s important to you to have your own space, choose a double-sink unit. If you prefer a more minimalist look, opt for a single, shallow, practical and elegant basin! 

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Edgar teak and ceramic bathroom unit

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Wave teak and ceramic bathroom unit

A fine combination: patterned tiles. When you use ceramic in your bathroom, you’ll want to it to blend with the tiling or whatever else is next to it. 

Whether simple or graphic, industrial or striking, your choice will highlight the purity of our integrated ceramic washbasins. 

# Lava stone

Lava stone goes particularly well with teak and natural oak. It’s perfect for creating a graphic bathroom full of personality. Lava stone is easy to clean with soapy water. It is thermal-shock and impact resistant. 

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Edgar teak and lava stone bathroom unit

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Edgar teak and lava stone bathroom unit

A fine combination: raw materials. While lava stone is naturally appealing, it further asserts its character when combined with raw materials. Stone, untreated wood, polished concrete, brick: there are many ways in which you can create your own recycled or upcycled look. Amazing!

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