Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Sink. October 09th , 2017.
The white pedestal sink with a square basin may be an icon, but pedestal sinks now come in a wide variety of styles and materials. Rounded versions with flowing lines are widely available, and materials ranging from stainless steel and copper to glass are quite common. Pricing for pedestal sinks can range from low-budget to high-end. Because of their ubiquity, sleek design and the wide range of materials to choose from, finding a model in your price range should be no problem at all.
Under-counter sinks fit directly under countertop cutout holes and are supported by clips that hold the bowl in place. That means the exposed inside edge of the cutout hole is exposed and must be finished. Under-counter sinks work well with countertops made of stone and solid surface materials.
Another fairly inexpensive and common, space-saving sink option is the pedestal sink. These classic fixtures stand upright on a pedestal, and they are often made of porcelain.
Self-rimming sinks are a common sink style with a bowl that fits into a countertop cutout hole, and a rolled rim that rests on the countertop surface and supports the weight of the sink.
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