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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. But console sinks provide the best of both worlds -- compact size with storage underneath and counter space around the basin.
Small mosaic tiles provide the backdrop for round wall-mounted sinks. Circular mirrors mimic the shape of the sink. Wall-mounted sinks can be placed at different heights to accompany the short and the tall.
Sinks get a modern twist with metal structuring. When two sinks are desired, but space is tight, small-scale sinks can be an ideal solution. The simple white bathroom is jazzed up with borders of black tile.
The simplicity of a white wall-mounted sink is anything but boring against a mosaic tiled wall. Sky blue triangles, sapphire squares and topaz hexagons create a pattern that is sure to be a morning eye-opener.
Square, above-counter sinks elevate the vanity physically and stylistically. Raised sinks mean less bending and greater comfort. The square sinks fit right in with the square mosaic tiles and square mirrors.
An ordinary vanity becomes an artistic focal point with the addition of seashells, sand, and sea glass. A tile border around the sink provides a flat space for a soap dish and other bathroom necessities.
Pedestal sinks are a graceful bathroom fixture, but lack of storage poses a problem. Consider other ways to incorporate storage, like an above sink shelf and a sink side table. The contemporary glass shelf and metal table fit in with the chrome fixtures and white color palate.
Sinks have branched out from the standard oval and circular basins. Square sinks are a trendy fixture for the most contemporary of bathrooms. But the trendiness can be lost if it isn't paired with the right vanity. This stainless steel vanity captures the clean lines of its square sink topper.
Sleek pedestal sinks flank a stylish wood chest to create a beautiful sense of symmetry in this bath. White surfaces and generously sized mirrors add to the light, airy appeal.
Replacing a bathroom sink can be a time-consuming and somewhat expensive update. Rather than changing out an old pedestal or wall-hung model, consider dressing up the dated fixture with a floor-length, wraparound skirt. Fabric skirts can be dressed up in any number of ways and can be changed easily and frequently without busting your budget.
An elongated sink, typically used in kitchens, contains open shelves to lend a sense of spaciousness. The depth of the basin minimizes splashing.
Curving lines capture an organic feel in this bath, creating a serene and relaxing environment. The gentle curve of this vessel sink adds a fun "smile" shape below the porthole windows. Bringing the sink above the counter creates structural interest and makes space for a towel cubby. A diamond parquet cabinet and marble countertop add texture.
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 single sink is set into a carrara marble countertop. The use of marble instantly adds richness to any bathroom.
This contemporary-style bath gets high design marks for its clean, uninterrupted lines, especially as showcased in the steel storage hutch and the adjacent porcelain-top 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 natural beauty of wood takes center stage on vanity cabinet doors and walls, And a bouquet of wildflowers completes the picturesque scene.
Sophisticated elements come together to form a contemporary, but chic sink area. A simple, sleek faucet in a platinum matte finish complements the sharp angles of the white vessel sink. Elegant sink-side accessories, like perfume bottles and a bouquet of calla lilies dress up the vanity.