Vessel Sink Vanities

Explore your options for vessel sink vanities, and get ready to add a sleek and stunning vanity to your bath space.

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By: Sean McEvoy

Vessel sink vanities can add striking style to your bath space. In addition, they provide an efficient space for your storage needs and bathroom preparation rituals.

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Featuring freestanding sink basins that sit on top of the vanity countertop, vessel sink vanities are available in a wide range of materials, colors and prices.

One important consideration to keep in mind if you're considering a vessel sink vanity is that in general, vessel sink vanities require either a wall-mounted or otherwise free-standing sink faucet; they rarely feature attached faucets. This means that you'll need to be particularly careful in measuring the location of the sink basin, drain and faucet, so that everything lines up perfectly with your vanity countertop to avoid any problems from leaking or splashing later.

In terms of materials, vessel sinks for vanities run the gamut, from simple, affordable porcelain models to intricately shaped metals like copper and bronze. Glass vessel sinks can be extremely attractive, but they're also quite expensive, and durability can be a concern, so be sure to investigate the grade of glass if you're interested in a glass vessel sink for your vanity.

Style-wise, vessel sink vanities tend to reflect a more modern or contemporary approach, as opposed to more traditional drop-in or pedestal sinks for vanities. This doesn't mean they can't feature other style elements that are more traditional, however—a mix of styles can often create visual diversity and interest in a bath space, so show no fear if several different styles appeal to you and create an appealing mix.

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