Wall mount sinks are great for narrow bathrooms. They mount right into the wall and are very neat looking. The wall mount style will give you a lot of extra room in your bathroom. Of course you will not have any storage space but you will have an elegant looking sink mounted onto your bathroom wall. It is truly a contemporary looking bathroom sink.
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.
Glass vessel sinks have really become popular over the last couple of years. The first glass vessel sinks were either clear glass or frosted glass. Now they come in all colors and patterns from an ocean shore look to a classic black and white zebra glass sink. The glass is tempered and made extra thick as to ensure that you will enjoy many years of this beautiful piece of bathroom glass.
Do Your Research. You should take some time to find out what bathroom sinks are available in the stores and online. Always measure carefully the space where your sink will go; getting a sink that is either too large or too small for the available space could spoil your bathroom plans. Just a quick search of the Internet will show that there are hundreds of sites selling bathroom fittings and furniture; you may want to consider buying online as sinks and other bathroom essentials are often cheaper online than in the stores. White porcelain is usually the cheapest option for your sink even if you are not thinking of selling your home. If the day does arrive when you want to sell youll find that most buyers prefer white bathroom suites.
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