14 April 2021 | Updated: 15 April 2021


Bath and shower taps trending this spring

Replacing your bath taps or adding new units, open shelving or plants are just some of the ways in giving your bathroom a new look - without having to do any major works.

If you're thinking about a bathroom renovation but can't face any building work, we suggest switching your layout around or bringing your décor up to date with neutral tones such as white, beige or grey, and combine it with open shelving, a wall mounted washbasin, round mirror or modular furniture.

Another practical idea would be to replace your bath taps with a mixer or touchfree tap.

Mixer taps are easy to use, and mean you can control the temperature of the water, even after you've turned the tap off and back on again. Next let's take a look at some of the latest designs by PORCELANOSA that will add a more modern feel to your bathroom.

How do bathroom mixer taps work?

These taps work in the same way as any other tap, whether fitted over your sink or anywhere else, and are connected to your water system or hot water pipes.

Using a lever system, the tap can be moved to the left or right to regulate the temperature.

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#01. Mixer taps to suit your style

You have a number of options to choose from in terms of bath mixer taps, including built-in or freestanding (floor mounted) taps. You could go for more modern, minimalist taps or on the contrary, classic Victorian styles.


#02. Mixer taps for shower heads

A mixer tap with a shower head and hose makes for a cleaner, tidier and more functional bathroom - when not in use, the shower simply rests on its support.


#03. Retractable shower head

A retractable shower head hose is installed inside the body of the bath. To use it, you just need to pull the shower head and extend as much of the hose as you need.


#04. Wall mixer taps

When you install this type of tap for your bath, the pipework is concealed behind the wall and the tap itself is located over the bath.

The clean lines of taps like this will form part of your bathroom décor, being incorporated into the wall.


#05. Freestanding taps for freestanding bathtubs

Freestanding baths (as opposed to built-in) are currently trending. This type of freestanding bath will add a modern, bohemian style to your bathroom when you combine it with freestanding taps.

This mixer tap is mounted on an external platform rather than mounted into the wall, leaving it on show. A modern tap design that's perfect for baths like these.

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