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
Corner bathroom vanities, as their name implies, are designed to fit into the corner of a room, flush with a wall. They may contain a single sink or act as a dressing table, particularly in bathrooms already equipped with a pedestal sink that offers no counter space.
A vanity that is designed to accommodate a sink, or one that is sold with a built in sink unit is called a corner bathroom vanity vessel sink. This is the ideal option for those with a water line that runs through the corner of a bathroom, or a home in which the sink was initially placed in a corner. In most cases, these units are sold with a built-in sink, though it may be possible to replace this basin with the basin of your choice. Continue reading