By Suzanne Fred. Bathroom Sink. Published at Sunday, February 04th, 2018 - 20:36:25 PM.
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.
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.
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.
Similarly, stainless steel is a great option for the kitchen, but may be less attractive in a bathroom. Steel sinks can be noisy, although newer sinks may be undercoated with sound-deadening finishes.
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