Your bathroom is the ideal choice when thinking about remodeling your home. One of the most important things to purchase is the perfect bathroom sink. When purchasing a bathroom sink you will have many options.
Included in your options are vessel, pedestal, corner, and traditional sinks.
You also have options when it comes to materials for your bathroom sink. Among your options are porcelain, copper, stainless steel, and glass. You will have an abundance of choices of bathroom sinks when you consider materials, size, shape, and style.
When buying a new bathroom sink you should think about how it will blend with your faucet, countertops, and cabinets. You will also need to consider how the style of your bathroom sink will fit with your overall home decor and remodeling budget. One important aspect of choice a bathroom sink is its style.
You can find both double and single bowl styles of traditional vanity sinks, depending on how much space you have. These provide an excellent source for storage under the sink and are available in many materials, including stainless steel, porcelain, and glass. You will also have a wide array of countertop finishes to choose from.
You will find an elegant appearance with pedestal style bathroom sinks, but no storage space. Pedestal sinks will usually have glass or porcelain sink bowls with a shelf made from glass to hold your assorted items.
Those who are short on space may want to consider purchasing a wall mounted bathroom sink. These can be found in a wide array of shapes and colors And can be applied directly to your wall. A corner bathroom sink is a great idea for those looking to maximize space. These can either be stand alone or feature a small cabinet for storage. Some good materials to use for a corner sink are copper, granite, and stainless steel.
One of the hottest new trends in bathroom sink design is using glass bathroom sinks. When it comes to glass sink bowls you will find a wide selection of colors, shapes and textures.
Glass sink bowls more closely resemble works of art than simply a sink for your bathroom. Glass bathroom sinks and bowls can be used with traditional countertops or give them a more elegant look with a simple metal pedestal.
Not exactly sure on how to install a glass sink? Watch the free video for some basic ideas.