1. If you like it then you shoulda put a sink on it. A bowl sink, also known as a vessel sink, is versatile enough that you can use any piece of furniture in lieu of a typical vanity.
2. Get sculptural. A custom sculptural piece like this metal leaf is a good choice for a half-bath. You don't want to gunk it up with toothpaste or exfoliating facewash.
3. Unite Jack and Jill. Placing two faucets over a long sink gives you the double-sink effect without actually requiring two sinks.
4. Promote the utility sink up from mudroom duty. Here the designer has taken a wall-mounted utility sink and paired it with a counter, elegant fixtures, and sophisticated penny tile. The result is an unexpected mix.
5. Get blobby with it. This bulbous bowl sink is sculptural and well balanced.
6. Kill two birds with one stone? I have to be honest, I have no idea what's really going on here, but I just had to ask you all if you're thinking what I'm thinking about this sink! If anyone knows for sure, please let me know in the comments section!
7. Think vertical. Wall-mounted faucets and handles make it possible to use larger sinks atop the vanity — you don't have to save any counter space or worry about height when you do this.
8. Go big. Opt for a larger vessel sink in the bathroom where you want to wash your face. It will keep you from drenching the counter in water.
9. Bring the stainless steel upstairs. It can bring an industrial look to a modern bathroom.
10. Realize that troughs aren't just for horses. This poured concrete sink forces you to put things away in the medicine cabinets keep things uncluttered.