Stone Age Bathroom Sinks

Stone is taking on a sinking feeling in today's high-style bathrooms. Learn how designers are using this age-old material in dramatic new ways.

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Natural stone texture is preserved on this vessel by Stone Forest.

KEEPING UP APPEARANCES
Whatever stone sink fits your style, all stone surfaces used in the home should be sealed to protect them from stains and make cleaning easier. Depending on the stone, seal as directed with sealers such as wax or silicone. More porous stones require more frequent sealing. Granite and marble are the densest, or least porous, of the stones used to make sinks, so you can seal them less often.

Keep up routine maintenance, and your stone sink will last — maybe even as long as it took nature to make it.

Resources
Arc Stone, www.ArcStoneMD.com

Allante, www.Allante.net

Lacava, www.LacavaDesign.com

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