Bathroom sinks have grown along with the bathroom in creativity, options, styles and materials. The main factors when choosing a sink from an increasingly widening variety of bathroom sinks are sink type, material and, probably, cost. China, fire clay and porcelain sinks tend to be the most economic while concrete, cast iron and stone tend to be the most durable. Glass vessel sinks tend to scream for attention in a space, while ornate wood and stone sinks command a calm yet solid presence in the bathroom. Now, too, in addition to old standards like drop down sinks and simple console tables for one sink, there are vessel sinks, pedestal sinks, above-counter bathroom sinks, undermount sinks and an increasing array of truly creative options. Consider the size of your bathroom to choose a smaller or larger sink to fit it and then choose away!
If you´re looking remodel your bathroom, either a little or a lot, one of the most important things you´re going to have to consider is what type of sink you want to install. While getting the look you want (at the price you want!) should always be your first consideration, different kinds of sinks are better for different types of bathrooms - and some can be a lot harder to install! From amount of storage space to complexity of plumbing, here are a few pros and cons for the most common types of sinks. Read full article
White is the ultimate traditional bathroom color – bathtubs, toilets, tile, and, yes, sinks too. But traditional doesn’t have to mean boring, and a nice, clean color like white is the perfect palette to play with shape and style. So if you’re looking to keep with tradition when it comes to color, but want to get a little more creative than your average white bowl sink, stylish new vitreous china vessel sinks are the perfect way to get the best of both worlds... Read full article