Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Sink. September 14th , 2017.
Vessel sinks are considered a stylish, high-end and expensive option—these "floating" sinks sit like a bowl on top of a vanity countertop and are available in all manner of materials, from glass to porcelain to metal.
One of the great advantages of a pedestal sink is its sleek, space-saving design. Whereas a large sink installed in a console table or vanity might overwhelm most bathrooms, pedestal sinks can fit easily in just about any space, leaving room for other important accessories or features.
Pedestal sinks have a basin perched atop a long stem or pedestal that rests on the floor. The pedestal conceals the water supply and drain pipes. Because the bowl itself offers little space for items, such as soaps and shaving equipment, compact pedestal sinks are often integrated with cabinets and shelves in half-baths. Their generally graceful appearance makes them a designer’s favorite.
The white pedestal sink with a square basin may be an icon, but pedestal sinks now come in a wide variety of styles and materials. Rounded versions with flowing lines are widely available, and materials ranging from stainless steel and copper to glass are quite common. Pricing for pedestal sinks can range from low-budget to high-end. Because of their ubiquity, sleek design and the wide range of materials to choose from, finding a model in your price range should be no problem at all.
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