By Véronique Amandine. Bathroom Sink. Published at Friday, February 09th, 2018 - 19:41:01 PM.
China and fireclay ceramic are the standard for bathroom sinks. Basic ceramic sinks are non-porous, durable, germ-resistant and relatively inexpensive. They can be painted and patterned, and formed into any shape. Of course, heavy objects may chip ceramic sinks.
Before settling on an undermount bathroom sink, keep in mind that they can be difficult to install. If you are replacing the whole vanity or countertop, consider a one-piece unit that already has the sink attached. Choosing from the variety of colors and shapes is obviously a matter of personal preference. However, there are some important considerations when choosing between various materials.
Be very clear with yourself about your needs. Do you need two sinks with potentially less counter space, or will one sink and lots of surface space work best for you? What about under-cabinet storage? If you don’t have a linen closet handy, your vanity may need to store both towels and extra shampoo. Towels take up lots of space while shampoo and other assorted toiletries may work best in drawers.
Porcelain is appealing in that it can be painted or patterned in line with the buyer’s taste, allowing you to essentially opt for a customized sink should you wish. But for a truly ultra-modern look, glass bathroom sinks are the clear and obvious choice. Offering a sleek elegance far beyond any of its counterparts, a glass bathroom sink is at the absolute pinnacle of contemporary bathroom style.
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