Bathroom Sink Picks: Pedestal and Console Sinks

Check out our favorite bathroom sinks in an array of shapes, sizes, and materials. Manufacturer information included.


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Traditional Pedestal Sink

    With decorative rim detailing and a distinctive tapered interior bowl design, this sink is designed to match American Standard's Town Square collection.

    Town Square 27" Pedestal Sink
    $580
    American Standard
    800/442-1902; americanstandard-us.com

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Asian-Inspired Pedestal Sink

    Conceived from the form of a sail in the wind and Japanese ceramic tableware design, the Escale creates a clean, new look for your bathroom and offers extra counter space.

    Escale Pedestal Lavatory
    $891.75
    Kohler Co.
    800/456-4537; kohler.com

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Linear Bathroom Sink

    Architectural in design, the simple, clean lines of this sink create a fluid continuity in the bathroom space. The SX1 features a freestanding pedestal in addition to a wall-mount semi-pedestal sink. Available in Carrara Marble ($2100), Honed Basalt ($1900) and Papiro Cream Marble ($1800).

    SX1 Pedestal Sink
    Sonia
    888/766-4287; sonia-sa.com

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Airy Console Sink

    This console table gives a bathroom shape and airiness, while offering generous vanity space for toiletries. As an alternative to the pedestal style, the console table is fitted with a 36-inch-wide Carrara marble vanity top and tapered, spindled legs that embrace the look of streamlined glamour.

    Town Console Table
    Kallista
    888/452-5547; kallista.com

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Pointed Pedestal Sink

    The triangular design of this sink features a butcher-block-inspired finish, easily becoming the stunning focal point for any bathroom. The tempered glass vessel, countertop, and storage shelf appear to "float" while the cut out drawer hides your everyday bathroom necessities.

    2650T Triangular Pedestal
    Decolav, Inc.
    561/274-2110; decolav.com

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Wavy Pedestal Sink

    Curvaceous lines and fluid shapes crown this pedestal as the ultimate in new-wave design. Although it resembles a soft, flowing ribbon, the pedestal stands static as it was carved from a solid stone mass. Available in Carrara Marble ($2100), Honed Basalt ($1900), and Papiro Cream Marble ($1800).

    Wave Pedestal
    Stone Forest, Inc.
    888/682-2987; stoneforest.com

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Smooth and Subtle Pedestal Sink

    With long, fluid design lines and subtle curves, the Leighton pedestal lavatory evokes a timeless, romantic feel. The pedestal rises to a comfortable height, and the lavatory offers surface area for personal items.

    Leighton Pedestal Lavatory
    $592.35
    Kohler Co.
    800/456-4537; kohler.com

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Stone Pedestal Sink

    This pedestal, made from hand-carved stone, has a polished front and a contoured polished basin mounting surface. It comes in gray (shown) or beige granite.

    Porcher Stone Pedestal
    $1,295
    American Standard
    800/442-1902; americanstandard-us.com

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Glass and Stainless Steel Pedestal Sink

    A crystal-frosted, tempered glass countertop sits atop a brushed stainless steel pedestal, shown here with the 1000T-CR counter vessel (sold separately).

    3401T-CR Pedestal with Square Tempered Glass Top
    Decolav, Inc.
    561/274-2110; decolav.com

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Old-World Revival Pedestal Sink

    This 24" pedestal lavatory echoes the curves and lines typical of old-world design and offers decorative styling and versatility for any bathroom.

    Devonshire Pedestal Lavatory
    $259.35
    Kohler Co.
    800/456-4537; kohler.com

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