One of the easiest ways to change the look of your bathroom is to add a new sink. Trade out your porcelain drop-in for one of the stunning styles below, and you’ll instantly upgrade the appearance of any bathroom!
- Offset faucet – Many of the sink options on the market today are smaller in order to conserve water and save space. A faucet that is located on one side of the sink utilizes that back corner of the counter that you’ve never been able to use!
- Bowls – Whether it’s a real repurposed bowl or a look-alike crafted from stone, glass, or copper, you’ll love the modern style this type of sink brings sitting atop a counter or cabinet-style vanity.
- Corner mounted – Save a ton of space with a small, corner-mounted sink! You can add a corner cabinet underneath or leave it open for visible floor storage. Corner sinks are not only space savers, but they’re truly unique.
- Stainless steel – A basin style stainless steel sink makes an impression. The brushed surface looks good in a classic or super modern bathroom. You can go even bolder with a stainless steel pedestal style sink!
- Lavatory – One long trough with more than one faucet is perfect in an industrial style bathroom. They’re also great for one-bathroom home where a family shares a getting-read space. Sometimes made of stainless steel, they can also be made of stone, tile, or porcelain.
- Built-in marble – A marble wall and vanity with a built-in marble sink protrudes from it is not only sleek, but it’s also ultra-modern. Your contractor can easily build a sink into your vanity, or you can order one that matches your marble walls that can be installed later.
- Antique basin with exposed plumbing – For a fresh take on an older style, install an antique sink with beautiful copper pipes that are made to be seen. The added benefit of exposed plumbing is that it is easy to work on if needed.
As you can see from the examples above, something as simple as a unique shape – rectangular, circular, or scalloped – is enough to set your sink apart. This style tip works because the sink is the focal point for the bathroom. You can try it out in a master or guest bathroom and get great results either way!
Exchanging an older, plain sink for a new one is an effective way to update your bathroom for less than the price of a renovation, but be careful… a high-end sink could set you back $500 or more!
Kansas City Bathroom Remodeling can help you choose the perfect sink for your Olathe home – something that will complement your bathroom’s current style or be an eye-catching feature that really stands out!