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  • Products in the Corner Basins category have been rated 4.9 out of 5 based on 15 reviews.

    There are 5 products on sale, ranging from £39.99 to £149.00

    • Trevor Jones

      19th of April 2012

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      Rincona Wall Mounted Basin

      Corner Basin

      very pleased with product, after finding product damaged upon delivery,quick phone call to Victoria Plumb and new one dispached and delivered within two days!Very good service. Trevor Jones.

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    • T Atkinson

      11th of May 2012

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      Oviedo Wall Mounted Basin

      Oviedo Basin

      Great little corner basin but doesn't come with wall fixings which was a bit disappointing. The overflow trim is chrome coloured poor quality plastic but easily pulls off - I think the basin looks better without it!

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    • Angela Smith

      13th of June 2013

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      Palm Corner Basin & Pedestal

      Sink

      Not fitted yet but looks like a good product and very pleased with everything

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    Posted on: 13th Aug 2013

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    Space saving corner basins from Victoria Plumb

    If you are planning to convert a cloakroom bathroom or you are redesigning a smaller bathroom then a corner basin is ideal for you. These smaller space saving basins are compact but still offer the same functionality and styles of a regulart basin. You can choose from wall mounted or pedestal mounted corner basins depending on your preferences. 

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