Stone washbasins

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Our eye-catching range of free standing luxury basins are designed to complement our range of luxury stone baths.

Made from the same unique hard wearing smooth composite...


41x41x12 cm./ 16,14"x16,14"x4,72"...

41x41x12 cm./ 16,14"x16,14"x4,72"...


Pietre di Rapolano company produce solid stone sinks in various shapes and dimensions: round, square, oval, rectangular, with one or two...


The curvaceous classical lines of the apaiser™ Emerald Basin is inspired by the Victorian era....

Inspired by the vessel shapes of the islands of the Pacific, the soft organic...

Sleek and refined, the Sanctum Basin epitomises the signature apaiser™ minimalist aesthetic....

An impressive design, with tactile internal and external curves, the Atlantis basin creates a striking statement...

The Jupiter basin offers a striking design and is a luxurious but...


Free-standing washbasin in Portuguese stone composed...


Also available with a single basin. Riser with up to three faucet holes

Top-set bowl, 5 pieces. Riser with up to three faucet holes


Our eye-catching range of free standing luxury basins are designed to complement our luxury stone baths. Made from the same stone composite materials as our luxury freestanding bathtubs.



These products that create differences, are candidates...


How to choose this product


A stone washbasin is a sink made of granite, marble, river stone or another mineral. Its exterior finish can be rough, cut or sculpted. Its unique pattern and solid appearance add a natural touch to a bathroom. On ArchiExpo, such fixtures are defined by various properties including installation type (freestanding, counter-top, etc.).


Many such washbasins have a porous surface requiring careful, regular maintenance to avoid marks and staining. Acidic cleaners should not be used on marble and similar stone. Certain types of stone may need to be sealed to resist scratching and staining. Engineered stone is a composite material bound by a resin. It a lighter, less expensive alternative to natural stone which can be cut using similar methods.

How to choose

Consider installation method and height. Budget is also important, since natural stone can be very expensive. Determine maintenance and cleaning needs. Some stone is more easily damaged than others. For example, granite is prone to staining and scratching.

Ensure that wall-mounted are not too heavy for the supporting structure. Sink style and dimensions should be appropriate for the surroundings. Some organic shapes can make a striking addition to a washroom, while bold geometric forms harmonize well with minimalist decor.


- Durable
- Attractive finish


- Expensive
- Heavy
- Some are high-maintenance

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