By Suzanne Fred. Bathroom Sink. Published at Monday, February 26th, 2018 - 23:42:28 PM.
Unlike standard bathroom sinks, vessel designs sit above the counter surface. Reminiscent of historical bedroom washstands that consisted of a wash basin and pitcher for freshening up, current vessel sinks utilize modern materials and designs to sculptural effect.
Corner bathroom sinks conserve space in smaller bathrooms. They can be wall-mounted, as the corner provides two separate walls to create a sturdy mount. It allows other space underneath to be unoccupied. You can put a trash can or leave the space free. Corner bathroom sinks can be used in standard or larger-sized bathroom, too. They’re great for square bathrooms.
Once you determine the material you want the sink to be made out of, it’s time to determine exactly how you want the sink to be positioned in the bathroom. Space and design are important in this factor, as the size of the bathroom could mean you want more space for other things and less for the sink area. Counter to that, you could have a huge bathroom and want two sink areas. There are many different ways you can position the sink depending on the way your bathroom looks.
Glass sinks may not seem like a good idea, but innovation has made it where the glass is thicker and more durable. It can handle stains, scratches and shocks from things hitting it, which means it has a better durability and long-lasting time span as compared to thin glass. It’s a current trend that’s picking up.
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