When you’re remodeling your bathroom, it’s a big task. You should put thought into every part of the process, from the color of the tile to the size of the shower to the placement of electrical outlets. Every detail can express something about you, including the type of sink you decide on. There’s something for every homeowner and every home. Just read on to find out more.
For the Minimalist
A wall-mounted sink gives off the appearance that it’s floating. It takes up little space, and the exposed pipe underneath is part of the appeal for many of those with an eye for modern minimal design. This is a fine alternative to sinks with cabinets underneath for those who already have plenty of space for storage elsewhere.
For the Interior Designer
If you love showing off your sense of style, there’s a bathroom sink for you. You might decide you want a standard self-rimming (drop-in) sink, but in a color that contrasts with and compliments the wood cabinetry underneath. You may choose a vessel sink, or even a waterfall-style sink to show off to your guests.
For the Classic Home
A classic pedestal sink lends style and class to any bathroom. This is great for a simple bathroom that makes you feel at home. It compliments any standard white tub or shower, and it takes up little space. Plus, it often costs less than other options.
For Practical Families
Are multiple members of the household often in need of the sink at once? Double sinks or wide trough-style sinks make it so that two or three people can brush their teeth at a time. Practical cabinetry underneath doesn’t have to be standard. You can find a finish that suits your style while still adding function.