It’s amazing how many forms this simple and crucial bathroom fixture can present itself in. Because there is so much variety, researching a bathroom sink for your next remodeling project can be dizzying or fun. Getting the right information beforehand can prepare you for the challenge, making the process enjoyable, and ultimately, taking you a step closer to your ideal bathroom. The following prototypes encompass the general selection of bathroom sinks available. Choose the one that works best for your particular space and personal taste. Also, keep the style of your bathroom faucets in mind.
Many standard sinks take on this appearance and style. Self-rimming sinks are mounted above the counter and have a visible rim.
These sinks do not have a rim and portray depth, as they are installed beneath the countertop. Wall-mounted faucets match undermounted sink types well.
These free-standing sinks are mounted on their own base. Because they are not attached to the counter, pedestal sinks can be great for small bathrooms.
Vessel sinks have an nice, old-world quality about them. They sit on top of the counter like large bowls or vessels, with pre-drilled holes at the bottom to mount the faucet.
Console sinks stand on their own support legs and are similar to pedestal sinks, except they include a small amount of counter space.
Vanity top sinks are single pieces combining the sink with the countertop. Their edges typically hang slightly over the edge of the cabinet they are placed on.
These sinks are built into a counter, which is mounted on a cabinet with or without drawers. Bathroom vanities have several components that engender a variety of shapes and styles.
Wall hung sinks save space and can be mounted directly into the wall at any height.
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