By Élodie Marilène. Bathroom Sink. Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 07:57:54 AM.
Copper sinks bring a classic, antique look to a bathroom, and they have a beautiful and distinctive texture. Copper also has a natural anti-bacterial quality. However, copper requires significant upkeep. It must be cleaned regularly, and it should be wiped dry after every use to avoid water spots and discoloration. Copper also changes color over time, so it is difficult to predict what the sink will look like in a few years.
Often providing decorative or ornamental appeal, console sinks are a great choice for traditional bathrooms. Of console options with a more contemporary aura, vessel sinks with table tops are a prime example; their unenclosed design is perfect for enhancing space in the bathroom.
These sinks are growing in popularity regardless of bathroom size. They give greater flexibility to position the sink at whatever height you find most comfortable. The disadvantage of a wall-hung sink is the piping’s visibility. However, it will allow you extra wall surface for installation and ensure the room has necessary room for easier navigation.
Also called a self-rimming sink, these have been the standard. It’s called drop-in due to the design. They are inserted into the cut-out from the top of a counter and hang from an overlapping rim. The reason for their being standard is sheer affordability. Plus, they are easily installed into any stock countertop. Typically, many counters tend to be standardized, allowing you to buy any drop-in sink despite depth, shape, or size.
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