Bathroom Sink. Monday , December 11th , 2017 - 17:40:54 PM
Console sinks are appropriate for smaller bathrooms because they help to open up a space and make it seem larger than it is. A console sink is a sink that is mounted on a counter top that is connected to the wall at the back and supported by two legs in the front. There is no cabinet underneath and this open space helps make your bathroom seem bigger. The space under the sink is a good spot to utilize storage baskets. Console sinks have a delicate quality to them so they are better suited to bathrooms that are decorated in light colors and soft tones. Wall mounted sinks are exactly what they sound like. You will often see wall mounted sinks in public restroom because they do not take up a lot of room and you can fit a large number of sinks into a limited amount of space. Some people do use wall mounted sinks in their homes, but they should not be used if you have small children or people who will need to pull themselves up or rest on the sink with their entire body weight. Wall mounted sinks can be pulled away from the wall and that could cause a large amount of damage both to the wall and water damage.
For those of you who love contemporary TOTO has you covered too with the Nexus, Pacifica or the Soiree. Pair two pedestal sinks with a type of storage between like a small chest of drawers, storage cabinet or open shelves for towels and toiletries. Start with any TOTO self-rimming or under-counter sink, add a vanity cabinet in your favorite style and finish and top with a drop-dead countertop and you have a real morning eye-opener. Theres no limit to the looks your can achieve with the TOTO line of vanity sinks with matching tubs, toilets and beautiful coordinating faucets. And if you think vanity sinks are boring you dont know TOTO. Take the TOTO Waza Noir Cast Iron Self Rimming Lavatory, with its graceful curves and contours, this bath sink is anything but dull!
Another type of bathroom sink that features a seamless look is the integral bathroom sink. This is when the countertop and sink are formed with one continuous material, most often solid surfacing, metal, stone or concrete. This produces a clean look that is easy to clean as well. Mostly, these bathroom sinks come in the traditional oval or round, but rectangular and troughlike shapes are starting to appear as well. If you are looking to make a bold statement with your bathroom sink choice, then a vessel sink may be right for your bathroom sink. Vessel sinks come in a broad range of materials, from stone, metals including stainless steel and copper, to beautiful glass works of art. A vessel sink sits on top of your counter, so you should consider the height aspect of installing a vessel sink. You also might not want a vessel sink if your bathroom is used a lot, especially by kids, since the bowl is completely exposed and there is NO overflow drain.
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