The two most common types of bathroom taps are:
Mixer taps: These types of taps allow you to control the temperature and flow of water by using a single handle. They typically have a spout that connects to both hot and cold water sources, and the handle can be turned left or right to adjust the temperature and up or down to adjust the water flow.
Separate taps (Pillar Taps): These types of taps have separate handles for hot and cold water. They are less common than mixer taps but can add a classic or traditional look to a bathroom.
When choosing bathroom taps, it’s important to consider the style and design of your bathroom, as well as the practicality and functionality of the taps. It’s also important to make sure that the taps you choose are compatible with your plumbing system and the type of sink or bathtub you have.