The Cup basin brings style and vitality to the modern bathroom.
January 31st, 2012
With its simple aesthetics and slender build, the Cup basin evokes all the freshness and rejuvenation of that morning coffee.
Fluting out at the top, the edges form a deep bowl. The looping handle, as well as being decorative, is perfect for hanging towels – giving the piece as much functionality as style.
Cup comes in all white, or black with a white interior.
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