Vessel Sinks for Your Bathroom

Posted on June 26, 2019

Traditional sinks are under mounted and while they serve their purpose just fine, if you’re looking for a statement piece to add to your bathroom, vessel sinks might offer a better option. They come in various designs, shapes, and sizes and can really add visual interest to your vanity. If you want to get an idea of the available options out in the market, your best move would be to visit a bathroom showroom. If you’re unsure whether a vessel sink is a good option for your bathroom, the following advantages of vessel sinks might convince you that it is one of the best options for sinks out there:


As previously mentioned, vessel sinks come in various designs, shapes, and sizes. Whether you want something round like a bowl, a rectangular sink that’s designed to look like a tray, or a sink that comes in a unique shape, you’re sure to find something in a bathroom showroom that will tickle your fancy. They’re also made of various materials: from recycled glass and ceramic to copper and stainless steel, you’d be surprised at just how many options are out there. Although, the most commonly used material for vessel sinks is glass, you’ll also find a lot of other options out there, even wooden vessel sinks are becoming popular these days. If you never thought your bathroom sink can be the focal point of visual interest in your bathroom, then you’ve probably never seen a vessel sink that really stands out.


Vessel sinks are also easier to clean than under mounted sinks. Since the entire sink is exposed, as it sits atop the counter, you can disinfect all parts easily and scrub it clean when it gets a bit dirty. Vessel sinks also don’t have the crevices that traditional under mounted sinks have so you don’t have to worry about hard-to-reach places when cleaning.

While a vessel sink takes up counter space, its stylish appeal outweighs the space issue. Visit a bathroom showroom in your free time so you can see just how much potential vessel sinks have in the bathroom.

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