Buying a tap for your basin or bath may seem like a simple task, but nowadays there are quite literally thousands of traditional and contemporary taps to choose from. Picking a tap for your basin or bathtub that looks amazing, compliments your bathroom but is also practical can be a tough ask. At Drench we’ve separated the good from the bad and offer an extensive range of both modern and traditional luxury sink and bath taps at great prices. Whether you’re here with a vision in mind for your bathroom or not, you’re in safe hands!
We believe that a beautiful tap can transform your bathroom and therefore only stock the best, offering products from leading brands such as Burlington, Crosswater, Hansgrohe, Hudson Reed and many more.
Due to the comprehensive array of styles we provide, you’re guaranteed to find a tap here which will suit the tastes and preferences of your bathroom. Whether you’re looking for chrome bathroom taps, a minimalist basin mixer tap, a sleek waterfall tap or a luxurious golden tap, you can find all of these products and more by narrowing down your search and selecting a category below.
Within all of these categories you’ll be able to further focus your search by using our refine feature on the left hand side of the page. Here you can set many different parameters based on aspects such as width, height, depth, style, finish etc.
Buying Guides & Advice
Your bathroom taps are most likely going to be with you for a long period of time, so it’s important that you make the right decision when choosing your types of bathroom tap. We’ve put together a handy guide to all the different types of basin taps and their finishes to help make your decision a little easier.
Not all taps on the market are the same and, more often than not, require a bit of background research before you purchase. Choose the right ones for your water pressure after reading this guide.
We've put together a plethora of some of our favourite beautiful bathroom taps all available for under £200 so your home can look stunning without breaking the bank.
Nowadays, the vast majority of modern bathroom and kitchen taps use ceramic disc cartridges instead of rubber washers. In simple terms, this means no (or at least far fewer) leaks, and only a 90-degree rotation to turn the tap on or off.