Published at Friday, December 15th 2017, 19:50:00 PM by Adalicia Arnaud. Bathroom Sink
Why do people spend so much money designing and implementing their bathrooms? Why do homes with great bathrooms sell faster than others? On average we Americans spend approximately five years in the bathroom during our life time. The bathroom has become a home spa where we relax and unwind after a long day. Its the one place where we can seek and find solace. So its not hard to understand why we spend much of our home improvement budget on things like air tubs multi-head showers and beautiful fixtures. One of those fixtures is the sink. The sink is often almost overlooked and almost always under-appreciated. But the sink is one of the focal points of the bath and the right sink can make or break the whole baths design. TOTO is one of the manufacturers who know this and they create sinks that are never take a back seat to the other design elements in your bath. And they take the guesswork out of designing your new dream bath with their bath collections. Simply choose a collection and all the elements-toilet tub sinks and faucets-- will coordinate beautifully.
For a small bathroom corner sinks can be a very feasible option. Corner sinks can be found in many types and sizes and can fit in any corner of the bathroom freeing up much of the floor and wall space. The corner sink can also be fitted in such a way that it seems to be suspended from the wall giving us ample space below and above the sink. This may allow us to place a trash can below and we can also use the space above to hang a mirror. The area around the sink can be used to attach shelves and cabinets and even pieces of art. All of this adds to the décor of the bathroom.
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