Whether it's round or square, small or undermount, bathroom sinks come in all shapes and sizes to fit your style.
Frustrated by a lack of space for a sink? Pedestal sinks are terrific space-savers, but lack storage space. And larger, vanity-style structures provide ample storage but can take up a lot of room. Opt for a console sink to provide the best of both worlds -- compact size with storage underneath and counter space around the basin.
Large slate tiles provide the backdrop for this shapely wall-mount sink, and rectangular mirrors reinforce the sleek, modern look. Wall-mount sinks can be placed to accommodate people of any height.
A square above-counter sink elevates the vanity physically and stylistically. A raised sink also means less bending and greater comfort. This square sink fits right in with the geometric wall tiles and mirrors in this space.
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Sinks have branched out from the standard oval and circular basins. Some of today's models feature both square and circular pieces. But the trendiness of these modern bathroom sinks can be lost if they aren't paired with the right vanities. This floating vanity captures the clean lines of its sink topper without distracting from its shapely design.
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Curving lines capture an organic feel in this bath, creating a serene and relaxing environment. The gentle curves of the vessel sink add a fun shape below the porthole-style mirror and round pendant lights. Bringing the sink above the counter creates structural interest and maximizes the amount of open storage below.
A simple outward curve adds distinction and grace to a typical bathroom cabinet. The oval mirror above the sink mimics the curve of the vanity. The sink and countertop are a single piece, which not only looks great, but it also makes cleaning a breeze.
This contemporary-style bath gets high design marks for its clean, uninterrupted lines, especially as showcased in the floating wood vanity topped with a porcelain console sink. As an added perk, it's easier to clean the vanity area when the sink basin and countertop are a single piece.
The clean lines of this stylish bowl-style sink complement the organic feel of this bathroom. The vessel sink keeps the integrity of the table-turned-vanity intact. The simple faucet allows the attention to remain on the stunning sink basin.
A two-legged sink is a great addition to a small bath and a delightful alternative to a traditional pedestal sink. Unlike a pedestal sink, this model offers space between the legs to store a basket of towels or other bath supplies.
Vintage bathroom sinks are a beautiful way to blend classic appeal and modern amenities. Here, cool gray marble tile continues seamlessly behind the glamorous console sink. The counter space around the sink basin provides enough room to place a vase filled with pretty flowers and a few small toiletries.
Opt for an undercounter sink to ease cleaning and to create a seamless look from countertop to sink bowl. This furniture-style vanity was topped with a lovely slab of marble, making it the perfect candidate for an under-mount sink. With no lip surrounding the sink, cleanup is a snap.
A glass vessel sink lends sculptural appeal to this small vanity. The wide bowl looks graceful and elegant when paired with a sparkling stainless-steel faucet and marble countertop. The sink narrows toward the base, which allows more room on the countertop to place toiletries and other morning essentials.