By Élodie Marilène. Bathroom Sink. Published at Tuesday, January 30th, 2018 - 16:22:34 PM.
Ceramic sinks are like porcelain-enameled over cast iron, but without the porcelain over it. Having no overlaying means that it doesn’t deal with corrosion, as the ceramic is more akin to stone than it is to metal. So the surface will be more durable in the long run, but it can get scratches and crack with too much shock from being hit.
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.
The faucet pairing and placement requires forethought as well. A wall-mounted faucet is common, but a carefully selected deck-mount faucet will also do the job. Like with other projects, site measurements and product dimensions are majorly important. Keep in mind that the faucet must be long and tall enough to reach the basin. Also be sure to position the faucet so that the nozzle sits directly over the drain to avoid bothersome splashing.
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.
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