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Bathroom Sinks

Generic bathroom sinks are a thing of the past. Now, everything from modern vessel sinks to classic pedestal sinks are popping up in bathrooms everywhere. As you remodel your bathroom, you’ll find that updating an old washstand for a trendier bathroom sink is one of the easiest ways to give your space a fresh look. Here are some tips to consider as you browse all of the bathroom sinks for sale to find your perfect match:

Which type of bathroom sink is best in a small space?


If floor space is limited, a freestanding bathroom sink, also known as a console sink, is ideal as it provides style and function without being bulky. A pedestal sink also offers a slim fit while hiding all of the plumbing. Alternatively, a wall-mount sink can be a space-saving solution if you don’t mind giving up a vanity. However, storage can be an issue in small bathrooms, so be sure to add wall cabinets or shelves if needed.

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Which bathroom sink works best for large or master bathrooms?


Your master suite should be the most luxurious washroom in the house and vanity-mounted bath sinks are your best chance at bringing the spa experience home. With that comes a few different mounting options. An undermount bathroom sink creates a clean, seamless look and allows you to place the emphasis on the countertop and vanity base. If you want the wash basin to be the star of the show, try a vessel sink basin that sits atop the counter. If you have the space, a double bathroom sink is always better than one! For the family bathroom, try a deep-basin sink. It can double as a spot to soak clothes or even bathe pets and babies.

How do I decide on a bathroom sink material?


Although a porcelain sink is often the go-to choice, there are many other materials available. Try bronze or copper sinks for something that ages well and warms up an often stark and sterile room. Opt for a stone, stainless steel or concrete sink in a modern en suite. Donning a vanity with a bright, glass wash basin is a strategic way to add a splash of color. If you're wary of a new material, try a new shape instead. Round, oval, rectangular and square bathroom sinks are common options or you can customize a design of your own.
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