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Bathroom Sinks

Selecting the perfect bathroom sink

Every bathroom is different. Some are in tight quarters and require little to no storage, such as a powder room. Master baths or shared bathrooms require a little extra storage and maybe an extra sink. It’s often called “the necessary room” for good reason, and there are many options available to meet those daily family tasks, no matter the demand.

Material

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DSE-HCL1714

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DSE-HCL1913

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DSE-HCTM17R

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DSE-NSV00

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DSE-NSV01

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DSE-NSV02

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DSE-NSV03

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DSE-SRV00

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DSE-SRV01

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DSE-SRV02

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DSE-SRV03

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DSE-TGV00

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DSE-TGV01

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DSE-TGV02

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DSE-TGV03

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DSE-VCTM00

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DSE-VCV00

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DSE-VCV01

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DSE-VCV02

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DSE-VCV03

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DSE-VCV04

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DSE-VCV05

Bathroom Sinks

GSR-18-1916

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US-1310


Before You Buy

A bathroom sink is the most important fixture in your bathroom. It may be ornamental or functional, but essentially it is where you clean yourself daily. So when choosing your sink, take into account the overall design for the entire bathroom and how it will be used, along with its size.

Update or upgrade?

Treat yourself to an upgrade in your bathroom. A new sink with a pop of color is the perfect way to make a dramatic change. Choose from different shapes and sizes with beautiful finishes like granite and stone, with options like integrated faucet styles that let you turn it on and off with the lightest touch. Upgrade your sink today, and enjoy your new space with minimal effort.

Utility and function or statement and style?

The style of your sink is an important decision, and we offer a wide range of styles and materials. From classic stainless steel with modern flair to timeless solid-surface with a natural stone look, these sinks can tie in beautifully to your kitchen, become an eye-catching focal point when left plain or texture painted, or add a pop of color that will bring interest and warmth into almost any space.

Our high-traffic sinks are perfect for little boys and girls – getting ready for school, or a day full of activities – or a busy home workshop. With a wider basin area and a generous lip around the entire perimeter to contain water, a high-traffic sink will typically hold a larger load than your average vanity or utility sink. Whether it's a guest bathroom, master bathroom, or powder room, the right bath vanity and sink can make a big difference. With a variety of designs and styles to choose from, you might find the perfect vessel sink or tub filler to create a unique focal point in your bathroom. Browse popular styles like modern vessel sinks, glam finishes like gold and silver, and colorful options such as deep blue enameled vessel sinks.

How much space do you need?

You'll need to consider the size of the bathroom and any fixtures or cabinets already in it. You can get a rough idea by measuring the room and estimating how much space you want to devote to a sink. Keep in mind that you'll likely need extra storage for towels and cleaning supplies.

A bathroom with a small space does not necessarily mean that you have to sacrifice storage or style. If you are looking for ways to save space in your bathroom, then installing a sink instead of a vanity cabinet is an excellent idea. The amount of space needed for a sink depends on the design of the sink -- whether it is wall-mounted or built-in -- and the size of the sink.

If you have more room to work with, such as in a master suite or children's bathroom, it is often possible to install larger and more elegant sinks. This includes undermount styles as well as self rimming and vessel sink options which will be set up over a nice cabinet that can provide more storage space.

Style Selection

The style you choose depends on the look you want, as well as the vanity or cabinet that you’re working with. Keep these important installation differences in mind when determining whether to use an existing vanity.

Drop in - The drop-in, or self-rimming, sink is put in the top of the vanity cabinet through a pre-cut hole and sealed into place, making it simple to install for a DIY bathroom project.

Wall mounted - A wall-mounted sink is free of any supporting cabinet, allowing for additional floor space and more visual appeal.

Pedestal - The pedestal sink, which comes in one or two pieces, rests on a column with no counter or storage space.

Undermount - The undermount sink is mounted to the underside of the vanity top, which is usually a solid surface like stone or marble, or to the wall directly.

Vessel - The bowl-like shape rests on top of the counter (an above-counter installation) and necessitates a vessel-specific faucet to compensate for the bowl's added height.

Vanity sink - The sink and countertop in a vanity sink are one continuous component that fits over the cabinet base, which can be selected and purchased separately. When choosing a sink, make sure you know the dimensions of the cabinet you'll be using.