The VCCUCINE basin sink is a great choice for your above the counter sink. It provides a classy look for a reasonable price. It is made from solid ceramic with a crystalline glaze finish for ease of cleaning. The bottom of the sink is on the flatter side, and can cause water to pool a bit rather than draining efficiently. Also, as with most above counter basin sinks, there is not an overflow line to drain the water if you accidentally fill the sink too full, so make sure to watch your water levels. If you are in the market for an above counter sink, the smooth lines on this rectangular sink will add a classy, sleek look to your bathroom.
The oval basin will look great on any surface, and will be sure to impress your guests. The basin is five and a half inches deep, and the curved sides will ensure that water will drain efficiently. It is easy to install, just make sure to purchase a faucet that will be tall enough to clear the edge of the basin.
Undermount sinks are great for increasing usable counter space in your bathroom. The sink is on the smaller end which further helps to improve available counter space. Make sure that your cabinet base is at least 21 inches to fit this basin along with the necessary fixtures. The rectangular design has a greater volume than a comparable oval sink, however as is true with many rectangular basins, the bottom is on the flatter side which can cause pooling and slower draining.
This rectangular vessel sink is larger than others with a two foot by foot and a half base providing ample room. It is five inches deep for plenty of space inside as well. Keep in mind that the flatter bottom may cause water to drain less efficiently than a more rounded bottom, but only ever so slightly. Ensure you have a surface that is at least two feed wide, and don't forget to leave room for a faucet behind the basin when you are determining measurements.
If you want to add a new dimension of color and texture to your bathroom without replacing your entire vanity, a copper drop-in sink by Sinkology is a great direction to go. Drop-in sinks are much simpler to install than other models and the solid copper construction provides a stunning look. Copper is a beautiful surface, but know that it does require some upkeep to remain in its best form, and will actually naturally change in color over time. If you don't mind the extra work, you won't regret the added beauty of your bathroom as a bi-product.
The bathroom sink is a much used fixture in the home, or at least should be. Replacing your sink can be an overwhelming process when attempting to make a decision between the different sink choices. We would like to reduce that stress by providing some helpful advice when it comes to purchasing a new bathroom sink.
There are at least three basic varieties to choose from: traditional drop-in, undermount, and above counter vessel sinks. Drop-in sinks work with most vanities and do a good job of keeping water in the sink and not leaking into the vanity. Undermount sinks have the advantage of increasing counter space, yet require extra care when installing to ensure it is properly sealed to avoid leaking between the sink top and the counter. They also require more hardware to ensure the basin stays in place. Above counter vessel sinks are great if you want to repurpose another piece of furniture as a bathroom vanity as the unit simply sits on top and requires only that a hole be created to fit the drain, and a faucet if you choose not to install it to the wall directly.
Sinks can range from traditional ceramic and composite materials on the cheaper end to stone and copper on the more expensive end. Ceramic's smooth surface is generally pretty easy to clean, while copper requires additional work and maintenance but with more vibrance and color. The material you choose should match your tolerance for upkeep and work well with the design of your bathroom. Don't get in over your head with a material that will require more work than you are ready to handle.
Keep in mind that while most sinks will show a faucet and drain kit with the model, they rarely come included. You will need to purchase a coordinating faucet and drain kit separately, so be sure to take into account necessary heights and widths as you search for the perfect bathroom faucet.