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It’s the finer details that make the biggest impact when it comes to styling a bathroom. Our range of bathroom fittings are designed to feature perfectly in modern, contemporary and traditional style spaces. From black bathroom fixtures to options in chrome, grey, bronze, silver and white, we have the bathroom fixtures and fittings to suit your bathroom.

Are you looking for shelving or stylish cabinets? Maybe you need a bathroom shaver socket or a new flush plate or lever? Perhaps you're after a towel rack or toilet roll holder to complete your space? Whatever you need, we have the bathroom fixtures and fittings you need to make your bathroom project a success.

Give your bathroom even more convenience and comfort. Browse the entire range of bathroom fittings online or at your local Homebase today. Looking for more inspiration? Read our blog on bathroom design ideas.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do you clean black bathroom fixtures?

Here's a step-by-step guide on how to clean black bathroom fixtures:

1. Get a soft cloth and warm water.

2. Clean the surface gently, working in small circles as you go.

You will want to avoid harsh chemical cleaners, as these can erode and tarnish the finish of your fixtures.

How do you remove rust from chrome bathroom fixtures?

Follow this step-by-step guide on how to remove rust from chrome bathroom fixtures:

1. Spray the area with WD-40 and wait 10 minutes.

2. After waiting, use a light scuff pad to remove the rust. Be sure to do so as delicately as possible to avoid scratching the chrome.

What causes rust on bathroom fixtures?

Rust is created when iron and oxygen combine with water to create 'iron oxide'. This makes rust a relatively common issue for metal bathroom fixtures or fittings.

Iron particles and bacteria in water can also cause rust to develop. This is why you will occasionally see rust in your shower, sink or toilet bowl drains.

Can you paint chrome bathroom fixtures?

When it comes to old or faded chrome bathroom fixtures, painting over them can be a cheaper and more stylish alternative to replacing them outright. Follow these steps:

1. First, clean the surface with soapy water, before rubbing it down with high grit sandpaper. Use a finer sandpaper to remove any scratches.

2. Rub away any remaining dust with a cloth.

3. Cover any attached surfaces that you do not want painted.

4. Apply your paint primer.

5. Once the primer is dry, apply an acrylic or latex-based paint. If the fixture is a faucet, you may want to use automotive enamel.

6. Allow the paint to dry before deciding if you'd like to apply a second coat. How long it takes for the paint to dry will depend on the brand of paint, as well as the conditions in your bathroom. It will usually take between a few hours and one day.

7. Once the paint is dry, remove any coverings.

For more inspiration, read our blog on bathroom paint ideas.

Can you mix chrome and black fixtures in a bathroom?

Mixing colours in a bathroom can really add to the style. With that in mind, it's perfectly ok to mix chrome and black fittings and fixtures in a bathroom. In fact, it's not an uncommon choice at all.