By Élodie Marilène. Bathroom Sink. Published at Sunday, February 04th, 2018 - 20:23:31 PM.
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.
Luckily, there are a number of styles of bathroom sinks. Porcelain-enameled, plastic, glass, ceramic—your options are moving towards the unlimited. If you're on a budget, redoing the sink is one of the simplest ways to upgrade the look of your bathroom. Naturally, you have to consider faucets in tandem with bathroom sinks in your remodeling plan.
Porcelain-enameled over cast iron is used in bathroom sinks often because it’s heavy and durable. It can be made in a wide variety of shapes of colors and is resistant to hot or cold objects. The problem is that once it’s damaged by sharp impact and the porcelain surface is breached, the cast iron will corrode.
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.
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