New LED bathroom taps are an ideal way to upgrade an existing toilet without having to splash out too much cash on a whole new bathroom suite. Making sure you choose the right style of LED bathroom taps to compliment your bathroom will make all of the difference and give the room a fresh new look as well as making a stunning focal point.

When choosing newly LED bathroom taps, a good starting point is to look at the general shape of your basin and toilet and choose a design to reflect the form and style. A basin tap with curved, flowing lines is best suited to a round shaped bowl or rather an angularly shaped bowl will look perfect with a tap which has clean, square lines. Make sure you stick to one kind of material, color, and style to give the bathroom a streamlined look. If you’ve got a contemporary bathroom look at LED bathroom taps with a quirky design or an unusual finish like matte black if you want to create a bold statement. For traditional styled bathrooms elect for LED bathroom taps which have classic features, or you might give a conventional bathroom a contemporary twist by selecting contemporarily styled taps, this can help to give the toilet an individualized feel.

LED bathroom taps are available in a wide assortment of styles including the popular single lever basin tap; this includes one lever which operates both the hot and cold water and is easy to use, making them ideal for men and women who are less able-bodied. Single lever taps are for use with one tap-hole basin and will help to create a sleek, stylish appearance to the bathroom. Mixer taps are another popular choice and come in a variety of styles, which include 2-hole, 3-hole, and monobloc versions and feature a single spout and two levers that let you mix the hot and cold water to the temperature you desire. The cheapest option is generally pillar taps, these are for use with a two tap-hole basin and come in a range of shapes and designs.

For those who get a counter-top basin or a freestanding bath opting for wall-mounted LED bathroom taps are the best choice and will create a minimalistic appearance to the toilet as the pipework is concealed in the wall, even though this can make installation more complicated. Floor standing bath taps will provide a striking feature and are best suited to freestanding baths, particularly if the tub is positioned away from the wall. For those who have a standard bath, bath fillers and bath shower mixers generally tend to be the most popular choice and come in a huge variety of designs.

All LED bathroom taps are made from cast brass which has been chrome plated. Chrome is the most popular finish and is very durable. It’s recommended that LED bathroom taps are cleaned with warm soapy water and then rinsed and if required polished with a soft fabric afterward.