Bathroom Vanity Sinks

Get all the information you'll need to explore a wide range of bathroom vanity sinks so you can pick the style that's right for your bath space.

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By: Sean McEvoy

Bathroom vanity sinks come in a wide variety of styles and materials, and choosing the right sink for your bathroom vanity can greatly improve the appearance and efficiency of your bath space.

Cheap vs. Steep: Bathroom Sinks

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Cheap: Drop-In Sink

The easiest type of sink to install, inexpensive drop-in sinks are available in a variety of colors and shapes. Photo courtesy of Gerber

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Cheap: Pedestal Sink

A basic pedestal sink will save floor space and add style to your bathroom without breaking the bank. Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.

Mid-Range: Undermount Sink

An upgrade from a basic drop-in sink, undermount sinks offer a seamless look and are easy to clean. Photo courtesy of Lenova Sinks

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Mid-Range: Metal Undermount Sink

Durable and low maintenance, metal undermount sinks are a bold alternative to basic bathroom sinks. Photo Courtesy of Native Trails, Inc.

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Steep: Copper Vessel Sink

For larger budgets, elegant vessel sinks offer a unique look and are available in a variety of materials, including metal, glass and stone. Photo courtesy of Lenova Sinks

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Steep: Glass Vessel Sink

Sleek glass vessel sinks are available in many colors and shapes to complement any bathroom's design. Photo courtesy of the National Kitchen & Bath Association

Choosing a style for your bathroom vanity sink will likely depend on how you envision it fitting in. Do you want the sink to strictly adhere to the overall design of your bathroom, or would you rather it provide a unique visual statement outside of the bathroom style? For example, there's no hard-and-fast rule that says that a cutting-edge, copper vessel sink can't sit atop a vintage-looking vanity.

There is one thing you'll definitely want to consider before you start your search for a vanity sink, however, and that's whether or not your vanity can accommodate all sink styles, or if it's limited to one or a few. Some vanities have pre-cut sink placements that can only fit a certain size and style of sink—a rectangular or oval drop-in sink, for example—whereas other vanities are more flexible in terms of what they can accommodate. So be sure to do your homework on the vanity before choosing a sink style, and you'll be able to rest assured that your sink and vanity will pair nicely.

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