How to Choose the Right Bathroom Sink
Date Added: May 7, 2011
Author: Jemsh haddin
When you think about sinks, what do you think of first? Which aspects of sinks are important, which are essential, and which ones can you take or leave? You be the judge.
Those of you not familiar with the latest on sinks now have at least a basic understanding. But there’s more to come.
There are many different kinds of bathroom sinks that you can choose to remodel your bathroom. To choose the appropriate sink for your bathroom, you need to think about the size of the bathroom, who will be using the bathroom, and the design style of the bathroom. There are various style to suit your need and preference. The five main types of bathroom sinks are: console sinks, vanity sinks, pedestal sinks, wall-mounted sinks, and vessel or above counter sinks.
Console sink is a sink that is supported by two legs or brackets and is mounted on a counter top that is connected to the wall. This kind of sinks is the best for smaller bathrooms because it gives your bathroom a nice open feel. Since there is no cabinet underneath, it helps to open up a space and make the bathroom seems larger. The space underneath can be utilized for storage baskets.
Vanity sink is installed in a cabinet fixture. It consists of a countertop and sink made of marble or other material. The installation can be either drop in or undermount. They are perfect for master bathrooms, as it does not only provide a lot of space for storage, it also gives a lot of counter space. Wall-mounted sink is installed in a way that the lavatory is supported by the wall. It creates an open space in the bathroom for extra storage. You often see this type of sinks in public restroom because they do not take up a lot of space. They are not suitable for small children or people who will need to pull themselves up with their body weight. This could cause the sinks to be pulled away from the wall and damage the wall. It is very easy to clean. It never hurts to be well-informed with the latest on sinks. Compare what you’ve learned here to future articles so that you can stay alert to changes in the area of sinks.