Bathroom Sink Options
Bathroom sinks are available in a wide range of styles and price ranges. Choosing the right sink design for your budget is an essential part of any bathroom installation or remodel, so you'll want to explore as many options as possible before making your decision.
Bedroom Furniture Goes to the Bath
When HGTV fan rachelcar decided to renovate, she wanted to create an urban, chic bathroom. She opted for vessel sinks and retrofitted dressers rather than typical cabinetry.
Travertine and Copper
This spa-inspired, DIY bathroom by HGTV fan inputplease begs for attention. A duo of travertine sinks and copper faucets are the icing atop a vanity that boasts cabinet and drawer space. Another fave detail: the laundry chute. A sensible amenity for this attic turned bath retreat.
There are several basic sink designs that can be configured to fit just about any bathroom style, from traditional to vintage to ultra-modern.
The first and most economical sink design is the drop-in sink. Available in a wide range of materials and styles, drop-in sinks sit atop a vanity countertop and incorporate a faucet into their design.
Another fairly inexpensive and common, space-saving sink option is the pedestal sink. These classic fixtures stand upright on a pedestal, and they are often made of porcelain.
For a mid-range budget, an undermount sink is a great option. These fixtures sit seamlessly in a vanity countertop, making them both stylish and easy to maintain. These sinks are available in a wide range of materials. Opting for a more expensive metal undermount sink can create great visual interest and add to durability.
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.