Though it may sound quite obvious but a sink is a necessity in any bathroom. There are a wide variety of sink ideas available for small bathrooms. One can choose any type they want as per the bathroom size and bathroom décor. One thing which we usually keep in mind when selecting the sinks is the size of the bathroom and its setup. A nice sink adds to the look of the bathroom.
When it comes to deciding what type of material to choose for your new bathroom sink ceramic is by far the most popular option as it is easy to maintain and keep clean and will suit all styles of bathrooms. Ceramic is also perfect for a family bathroom as it is hard-wearing and practical. Glass sinks are also popular and will add a touch of glamour to the bathroom but they do require regular cleaning as they easily show water marks.
Corner sinks are the best solution for a small or awkward shaped bathroom as they fit right back into the corner of the room maximising as much space as possible.
As bathroom furniture has become a really popular choice there are now a wide range of bathroom sinks which have been designed for bathroom furniture. Counter-top sinks are designed to sit on top of a vanity table or shelf and are ideal for creating a contemporary look; choose between glass or ceramic versions to provide your bathroom with a striking focal point. Counter-top sinks also look great with wall-mounted bathroom taps which will provide a sleek look to the bathroom. Semi-inset sinks are for use on a vanity unit or with a worktop; the worktop is cut out to fit the size of the sink with the front edge of the basin over-hanging the front of the cabinet.
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