If you’re in the process of designing or renovating bathroom suites in your home, check out sink fixtures that add visual impact. Architecturally inspired bathroom sinks are not just functional but also look amazing when added to bathrooms. There are many different styles you can choose from as well as sizes to fit bathrooms beautifully.
You can choose from under mounted types which easily installs from underneath the counter. Sculptural designs can either have counter or wall mounted fixtures. Sinks are available in a variety of shapes, materials, color and texture. You can also go for the self rimming type which effectively contains water within the sink. You can opt for the standard pedestal type in a modern design or do the unexpected and pick an oriental themed bathroom sink.
There are also classic vanity styles consisting of sinks made of marble, granite, and other materials. You can jazz up this type with architecture inspired fixtures for a clean, modern feel. You can play with more design options for vessel type sinks which is installed on a counter or vanity table.
Depending on the size of your bathroom suite, you can opt for a full vanity or install space saving systems. Pedestal types require only a small area but a carefully chosen design like the clean lines of the minimalist look adds visual space.
Bathroom sinks come in a variety of materials such as enamel, ceramic, cast iron, fire-clay, vitreous china, and synthetic stone. Of course you’d want your bathroom fixtures to not just stand out; they should also get through wear and tear with flying colors. The most durable type of bathroom sinks is made of cast iron that can withstand any damage. For color versatility, choose china. Stainless steel, glass, and molded types add a clean, modern touch.
A truly distinctive bathroom does not have to be expensive. Even ordinary tiles come alive when you choose unique materials for your bathroom sinks. That’s why architecture inspired sinks are so popular. Use real stone to evoke the past or solid marble to duplicate Italian architecture. Ocean glass in blues or greens adds a nice touch of the outdoors. Hand-blown glass vessel sinks speaks of quiet elegance and hand painted porcelain has an old world appeal and is reminiscent of the Victorian era.
Complement your bathroom sinks with the right fixtures. When choosing your fixture, take into consideration the size of your sink and the counter or vanity it rests on. Faucets should be chosen carefully so it fits well with your chosen sink. Make sure that it does not clash or draw attention from the focal point of your bathroom which is your bathroom sink.
Designing your bathroom need not become a challenge. You can purchase your chosen architecture inspired bathroom sink and work the color and design scheme of your bathroom around it. If you’re renovating, choose sinks that pop-out from the existing bathroom theme. Browse designs online to get a fair idea of styles, designs, and types of sinks available to you. It’s also a great way to do some comparison shopping and get the best deals on your budget.
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