By Tiphanie Priscilla. Bathroom Sink. Published at Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 - 09:38:28 AM.
Dual vanities, raised porcelain bowls, waterfall faucets—there are tons of options for bathroom sinks these days. So many, in fact, that picking the perfect combination of sink and vanity can actually be the most time-consuming part of the upgrading process.
Since vessel sinks are top-mounted, you’ll have to adjust your counter height to accommodate for the vessel’s depth. Since standard sink rim height is 34″ high, subtract your vessel’s depth from 34″ to figure out the ideal countertop height. You might try retrofitting a vessel sink to an existing console or dresser under 30” high to achieve an ergonomic sink height.
Undermount bathroom sinks are very popular, and they come in a wide range of styles and materials. Ceramic undermount bathroom sinks remain a versatile favorite, but other materials have benefits.
While this may seem a style choice, how your sink is installed can make a huge difference in how easy it is to keep the vanity clean. An undermount sink means that you can easily wipe down the counter surface with little impediment. Drop-in sinks require a little more work to keep them clean around their edges. Price may play a factor in this decision, as undermount sinks are usually more expensive.
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