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Recycled rubber sinks. Hubba hubba! Minarc's sleek and sustainable RUBBiSH recycled rubber sink begins with old rubber tires that are melted and purified, then formed into a sheet that's stretched over a base frame and anchored to the drain collar to form the sink. My tires should be so lucky someday.
Salvaged sinks. Using salvaged materials provides an opportunity to get creative. Nearly anything bowl-like can be a sink, as long as a hole can be drilled in it and a drain can be connected. This salvaged cast-metal basin makes a stunning and character-rich counterpart to the mod orange walls.
Recycled copper sinks. Timeless and durable copper is a natural in the bathroom, with its inherent antibacterial and antifungal properties. And it can be an ecofriendly choice too when you use a recycled copper sink, like those from family-owned Premier Copper Products, whose sinks are comprised of 99.9 percent recycled copper. The rich character of the sinks comes courtesy of hand hammering by artisans and preaging the copper over an open fire to develop its deep patina.