Granite Undermount Double Sink Bathroom Vanity Top - Bathroom sinks with pedestals that are complete are a really popular choice as they're easy to install and hide any unsightly pipework. In addition, there are many different contours also including curved and angular and various styles that range from the ultra-posh to something more classic.
Bathroom sinks with a semi pedestal or bottle trap permit you to install the sink in a height which is ideal for you. Bathroom sinks with semi pedestals can also be perfect for a cloakroom suite or small bathrooms as they help to maximize the available space and offer the chimera of a bigger toilet. Wall-mounted sinks may create a streamlined look to the space and also make cleaning the floor extremely easy too.
There are now a broad variety of bathroom sinks that have been designed for toilet furniture, as toilet furniture has become a really popular choice. Counter top sinks are made to sit on top of a vanity table or ledge and are ideal for making a modern look; select between ceramic or glass versions to provide a dramatic focus to your toilet. Counter top sinks also look great with wall-mounted toilet faucets, that'll provide a glossy look to the restroom. Semi-inset sinks are for use on a dressing table unit or with a worktop; the worktop is cut out to fit the size of the sink with the front edge of the washbasin over hanging the front of the cabinet.
When it comes to deciding what kind of material to choose to your new bathroom sink, ceramic is by far the most popular choice as it truly is easy to steadfastly keep up and keep clean and certainly will suit all styles of bathrooms. Ceramic is also perfect for a family toilet as it's hard wearing and practical. Glass sinks can put in a bit of glamour to the toilet and may also be popular, as they readily show water marks, but they do require regular cleaning.