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Choosing A Bathroom Sink

Your bathroom is one of the most important areas in your house. It is one of the most used, and it is also usually seen by visitors and many other people aside from your family. Thus, it is best to invest some work on your bathroom: make it not only functional, but make it exude a pleasant atmosphere for the sake of those who use it.

How do you make your bathroom look pleasing? You can start out with the sink. If you are constructing your house or doing some renovations, a great way to dress up your bathroom would be to choose a bathroom sink that will complement and add a nice detail to your bathroom design.

Bathroom sinks have changed greatly in the last few years. There are still classic styles available and are still popular these days, but there are a multitude of fresh, new designs to choose from. You would want to choose a sink that would fit the size, design and style principles you have though out for your bathroom. There are also a variety of economical sinks to choose from if your budget is a major consideration.

Here are the common types of bathrooms sinks and their features:

Pedestal Sinks
Pedestal sinks are known for its sophisticated style and its large bowl. Most of them can create a visually enlarged and luxurious setting. There are also petite sizes for small bathroom areas. Pedestal sinks, however, do not have undercounter storage so you might want to consider adding shelves or looking for closet space.

Undermount Sinks
These types of sinks create a distinctive and clean look for your bathroom. There is no rim above the counter for catching soap and liquid so this type is easiest to clean.

Drop-in Sinks
These sinks fit right into a vanity of counter tops and are the easiest to install. You can also maintain an undercounter storage space just below so this can save you some space especially if your area is not that spacious.

Console Lavatories
Console lavatory sinks are classic but the designs have modernized. The bases of this type of sink appear to look like an outline do that the plumbing is exposed. It is usually made of iron or stainless steel legs that have an opening at the top where the sink can be dropped. The bases are usually attached with towel racks or glass shelves. There are lots of varied styles for bases and basins that you could choose from.

Vessel Sinks
These bowel-shaped sinks sit on top of a countertop or a vanity instead of it being sunk into the countertop or vanity itself. Currently, there are a lot of vessel sink styles to choose from and in a variety of materials. They can be quite pricey but they can give your bathroom the stunning look that you want.

Other Considerations
Once you have chosen the type of bathroom sink that will fit into the size and design of your bathroom, you must check the details of the sink you chose. You need to make sure that the exact dimensions of the sink are just right for the area where you plan to have it placed. Also, you need to consider the faucets that you plan to install. The faucets should have the correct holes and should have just the right size to go with your sink. Lastly, you need to make sure that your sink matches the design, the color scheme and the overall atmosphere of your newly-constructed bathroom.

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