Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Sink. September 15th , 2017.
Before choosing bathroom faucets, you’ll need to consider a few factors, such as whether you’re using an existing sink or buying a new one, where are the faucet opening. You’ll also need to consider which features you want, as well as how much faucet your budget will allow. Other considerations include the size of your bathroom and what sort of faucets are typically found in similar homes in your area.
There are many ways to approach a double bathroom sink installation, but the first consideration is usually whether or not you want the two sinks to be one contiguous, attached design or two detached, standalone pieces. If you choose the former for your double sinks, it’s likely each sink will sit atop a single vanity or countertop piece, or you may even choose to purchase a piece with the sinks built in.
One thing to keep in mind with undermount bathroom sinks is that they’re generally not as modular and universal as drop-in sinks-which is to say that you may have difficulty finding an exact match if you ever need to replace your undermount bathroom sink.
Pedestal sinks have a basin perched atop a long stem or pedestal that rests on the floor. The pedestal conceals the water supply and drain pipes. Because the bowl itself offers little space for items, such as soaps and shaving equipment, compact pedestal sinks are often integrated with cabinets and shelves in half-baths. Their generally graceful appearance makes them a designer’s favorite.
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