If you are thinking about completely remodeling your bathroom or just giving it an update, one of the first things you should consider are the types of sinks you may want to incorporate. One of the most important parts of any bathroom is the vanity area, including the bathroom sink. A well-coordinated sink sits on a beautiful vanity like a jewel on a crown. There are bathroom sinks for sale at almost any decent sized hardware store or online. They range in price anywhere from free for a used bathroom sink to thousands for a handcrafted copper bathroom sink.
Here is a list of choices of standard bathroom sinks for the average household along with a brief description of each. Continue reading
Creating utensils, art, and jewelry from copper is a Mexican tradition dating back to Pre-Columbian times. For generations, Indians of Central Mexico mined the metal and created objects both utilitarian and beautiful. A handmade Mexican copper sink can lend warmth and unique style to the kitchen or bath. Available in a myriad of shapes and styles, a beautiful Mexican copper sink fits with many decorating styles adding grace and value to a home.
Hand crafted copper sinks are available in a wide range of shapes and styles appropriate for a bathroom, a kitchen or a bar providing distinction to any room when they are used. Continue reading
The use of copper for the wash basin is not a brand new concept. Before the modern manufacture of vitreous china sinks, copper was one of the better choices available and was mined for use in many objects, not just the bathroom and kitchen where we so often see it today. A modern copper vessel sink integrates the traditional with the contemporary.
Accustomed to seeing the impenetrable surfaces of vitreous china sinks, one may question how practical a copper sink is for even a modest amount of regular use, let alone in an area that is visited several times a day. The answer is simple: it’s virtually maintenance free. Copper sinks do not require any chemical cleaners. Acidic substances should also be kept away from the copper vessel bathroom sink. Continue reading