Pretty in pink: Porcelain basins from London Basin Company

London Basin Company has launched a new line of hand-decorated porcelain basins.

The founder of the company, interior designer Anna Callis, drew inspiration from her travels, creating her own interpretations of traditional patterns. Each basin is hand-finished and generously sized, with dimensions in the collection running between 39.7 centimeters and 45 centimeters in diameter, and 14 centimeters to 16.2 centimeters in height.

In keeping with the trend for pink hues in interiors, one of the basins is “Amara,” which is a modern take on traditional Moorish design. With a swirling silver pattern, a distinctive flower shape and a satin finish, it is ideal as a centerpiece for bathrooms and cloakrooms. This may be used as a single basin or in a pair. Amara measures 41 centimeters in diameter by 15.5 centimeters high.

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Photo credit: London Basin Company

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