The Vessel Sink Continues To Be A Popular Choice For A Bathroom
With the growing popularity of vessel sink fixtures in bathroom vanities, more and more people are looking to install a vessel sink. In a vessel sink, the bottom of the sink lines up with the counter, and the sink rises above it. Alternately, occasionally the sink is partially recessed in the counter, with still a considerable amount far above it. The vessel sink is widely available in many beautiful styles and in lots of different materials. A number of decorators refer to it as a pared down but ultra-modern interpretation of the bathroom sink, even though it’s not that new. As with most sinks, prices can be moderate when purchasing at places like home hardware stores, or they can be very expensive if the sink is created by one of the higher end bathroom designers.
Though the vessel sink is often depicted in glass, there are many different materials that are used to make them. Wood, copper and stone sinks are popular too. Some of the sinks do have a bowl shape, but others may be square or rectangular or they may be near flat oblongs. Sink shape is only limited by its requirement that it will adequately drain when water runs into it.