By Tiphanie Priscilla. Bathroom Sink. Published at Friday, February 09th, 2018 - 12:16:19 PM.
One of the most versatile modern sink options, pedestal sinks are available in a huge variety of different styles and sizes. Perhaps most ideally suited to classic themed bathrooms, pedestal sinks typically measure between 34 and 36 inches in height, but can be attached to a custom platform for extra scope if necessary.
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.
Plastic sinks come in several different forms. They can be thermoplastic, which means they’re low-cost but also easily broken when damaged by hot or sharp objects. Acrylic is another option, but they’re also easily damaged by hard objects. They can be made from the same material as solid surface countertops, which are durable and attractive. They can be damaged by hot objects but can be sanded down.
You’ll also want to consider its location. Vessel sinks are usually found in powder rooms and guest baths where they see lighter use, typically just hand-washing. That’s because this type of on-display design requires a bit more cleaning and maintenance than your average below-deck sink.
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