Zen Minimalism: 5 Contemporary Bathroom Sinks

From on August 13, 2009 in Bathroom Remodel

Finding the perfect Zen-style contemporary design for your new sink can be a daunting task - you want striking but not overdramatic. And too many remodeling companies are stuck in the traditional mode, churning out the same old run-of-the-mill basic designs. But with a little digging, I discovered the hottest products that displayed extreme simplification of form and design.


The Liaison sink basin from Villeroy & Boch


If this basin isn’t Zen, then I need bifocals. It’s an amazing work of art with teal glass and white ceramics melding into one. It makes me want to go skinny dipping in a mountain lake.



GSC Ceramic Design


This line of neoteric wash basins brings a little zest to the bathroom with the bold, colorful green, brown, pink, black, purple and red sinks. They’re smart, functional and take up very little space.



Avant-Garde line by Alape


This German company obviously understands the true concept of architectural bathrooms. Sleek and modern yet natural and efficient – a perfect balance. The cool, black basins combined with the wall-mounted, steel faucets and gray concrete countertop balance harmoniously with the wood-drawer vanity.

Hot & cold


Another beautiful sink and vanity by Alape. I love the coolness of the steel counter and black countertop mixed with the sparkling, white, chunky cube basin. Design-wise, the whole picture gives a good idea of blending warm and cool colors together for contrast and balance.



Just when I think I’ve seen enough from Alape, I find something else worth getting excited over. Check out this awesome minimalist sink. If I had this in my bathroom, I’d actually be able to move around. They did a beautiful job blending the cool steel Zen faucet and mini towel rack with the white basin and shelf.

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