All Seima tapware use high quality ceramic cartridges for smooth operation and durability Flexible hand shower, adjustable spray and pullout head...View full details
All Seima tapware use high quality ceramic cartridges for smooth operation and durability Flexible hand shower and adjustable spray making it an ...View full details
Quality Tapware from Seima
Seima are known for their great quality and warranties. Seima kitchen sink mixers are stylish, practical and suitable for many different kitchen styles.
Tapware is one of the easiest fixtures to update in your bathroom so why not let your personality shine through when choosing your new tapware.
Here's a few of our helpful tips to consider when choosing the right tap for you:
Mixer Taps / Three Piece Taps
Mixer taps are both easy to use and install and come in both contemporary and traditional designs. You can get some stylish three piece taps to replace your old, tired taps for a quick fix without replacing the whole basin.
Black Taps make a bold statement and are smack bang on trend right now, while brushed brushed finishes like nickel, gold and rose gold are big up and coming colour trends in bathrooms and kitchens. They will never go out of style and suit both contemporary and classic kitchens and bathrooms. While coloured fittings are making a comeback in a big way, a striking chrome finish on a beautifully designed tap is also a good choice and will last the test of time.
Wall Mounted or Basin / Bench Mounted
Wall mounted tapware is stylish and on trend and perfect for above counter or semi recessed basins. Basin or bench mounted tapware is perfect for semi recessed, vanity or undercounter basins where a tap hole or landing is an option or why not put the tap directly into your bench? Be sure to check with your plumber about moving pipes if your current bathroom does not have the right fittings.
While looks are important, whether you choose an elegant curved handle, minimalist or bold look, practicality is just as important. If you have a young family or elderly people in your home consider softer, rounded edges and longer handles and spouts that are easier to reach.