Remodeling your bathroom sink has become sort of a fad as many more designs hit the market and home resale value is enhanced with how well a home has been remodeled. Other than the traditional vessel sinks, there are now many different vessel sink varieties with models including pedestal sinks, drop-in sinks, vessel sinks, wall mounted sinks, corner sinks, and vanity cabinets.
Let us look at the different types of vessel sinks for small bathrooms:
One type is the wall mounted vessel sinks. If you have a small bathroom, then this is the best solution because it does not require,require any floor supports. In this type of vessel sink, the water supply and drain are easily visible fro under the sink. These types of sinks are simple, economical, and easy to install. These vessel sinks come in different materials such as porcelain, ceramic and made-in china.
Then there are the traditional vessel sinks which are bowl-shaped in appearance and are the common that we see in many homes and businesses. This sink sits atop counter in the bathroom of being sort of submerged inside the counter. Then there are tall filler faucets and also wall faucets over these vessel sinks. Vessel sinks also come in various materials namely china,bronze, glass, ceramic and clay.
Pedestal sinks are also causing quite a stir and are also being incorporated into newer homes and also older homes. This type of vessel sinks utilize the pedestal method of support in the basin and this has the effect of disguising the ugly pipes and plumbing. Pedestal sinks are common because not only are they practical, they also save space owing to their small size and relatively simple installation regardless of whether one is familiar with plumbing or not. Pedestal vessel sinks are also ideal in case on wants to install a sink in a part of the wall that has a corner. In case you have a small powder room, these are particularly useful. Pedestal sinks are most often made of vitreous china, ceramic, fireclay, or porcelain.
Another common type of vessel sink is the under mounted sinks or the drop-in sinks. These are usually work well with vanity cabinets because they can be set up under the actual sink opening. This is mainly because they also integrate well with a simple countertop thereby freeing more space for for toiletries, cleaners and other bathroom accessories. For space-conscious people, this is an ideal. These types of vessel sinks also come in ceramic, porcelain fireclay and china but it is not entirely uncommon to see them come in copper and even glass.
We see how there are different vessel sinks catering to the different tastes and preferences. This is also good because different people have different home styles and also different sizes of the bathroom so offering variety makes sense. There is also the issue of installation. If you are thinking of remodeling your kitchen, you can choose the type of vessel sink that is not only attractive, but that which has the easiest installation.