Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Sink. October 09th , 2017.
If you’re looking for a traditional, space-saving option for your bathroom sink design, you may want to explore the range of pedestal sinks available. These classic free-standing sinks offer a great range of styles and materials, and can pair well with just about any bathroom design.
Vessel sinks are decorative bowls that sit on top of the countertop, so the outer surfaces are visually prominent. As part of an overall scheme or a stand-alone statement, vessel sinks are eye-catching centerpieces, and finishes include polished stainless steel, hand-painted porcelain, carved stone and spun glass. Because vessels are tall, they require tall or wall-mounted faucet fixtures.
Undermount bathroom sinks come in a variety of materials and styles, from porcelain to glass, stainless steel to copper. They may be rectangular or rounded, and all of the materials available for undermount sinks come in a range of hues and shades.
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.
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