Many people are occasionally confused when choosing a Bathroom Sink. How should the master bathroom and the bathroom in the bedroom choose?
1. Install the sink on the top. As the name suggests, perhaps the most commonly used sink is a top-mounted or embedded sink designed on the top of the counter. Advantages: The top-mounted sink is suitable for almost any countertop material, including wood and laminate, because the cut is completely covered by the sink, so there is no risk of water damage. The cost of installing on stone countertops is also lower, because they are very convenient to install. Disadvantages: You cannot wipe the countertop with water, because the water on the countertop can easily enter the cabinet. Suitable for: elegant suites and simple style.
2. Sink the sink. Connect with the sink as a whole. Pros: This creates a seamless, clean look, because the actual sink is less visible. Another advantage is that water and spills can be wiped directly from the countertop into the sink without any hindrance, making it a good, easy-to-clean option for home bathrooms. Disadvantages: usually only fixed countertops (such as stone) can be used for sinking, which is not suitable for laminates because it cannot be sealed and moisture-proof. The cost of these sinks is often higher than the top level.
3. Wall-mounted sink. It is directly fixed to the wall without sitting on the table. It looks streamlined and gives a minimalist feel to the room. Advantages: There is no cabinet underneath, which not only saves space, but also leaves more viewing area, making the room feel larger. In order for the wall-mounted sink to work in your space, all pipes, including garbage, must be placed in the wall to keep it clean. Disadvantages: No storage space, no "landing" space without a countertop. If you need to store items, you need other space. Suitable for: small spaces.
4. Base sink. If your preference is a simple wall-mounted sink, but your waste pipe must pass through the floor and cannot be changed, then a base sink is a good choice. Advantages: The base under the sink is located between the bottom of the sink and the ground, hiding all the pipes between the two.
Disadvantages: There will be no storage space in any counter space under or around the sink. It's also a bit tricky when cleaning the surroundings, because there is usually a gap between the wall and the base.
5. Semi-sunken sink. If you have limited space in your bathroom or attached bathroom, but you still want some washbasin cabinets under the sink to store, then you may need a half-in sink. Advantages: A half-in sink allows you to have shallower cabinets-maybe even as shallow as about 30 cm, depending on the model you choose. This frees up valuable ground space. It also reserves a lot of counter space for cosmetics and other products. Just like a pedestal sink, this is a good choice for young children and people with limited mobility, because you can reach the faucet close to the sink without the obstruction of countertops and cabinets. Disadvantages: The storage space below is limited. In addition, since there is no countertop in front of the sink to catch water, splashes and splashes on the floor are more common, especially in homes with children.
6. Wash the flat sink. Often appear in fashionable hotels and restaurant bathrooms, because they are slim, streamlined and stylish. Advantages: The washbasin only takes up a small space, so in a room with limited space, such as a laundry room. Masons can use granite, marble or artificial stone to make this style. They only need to install a small stainless steel sink under the sink to collect the water before it enters the waste pipe behind the wall. Disadvantages: The sink is most suitable for the restroom of the bathroom, the sink is only used for washing hands, and they are very shallow so the water is easy to splash out.
7. Boat-type water tank. Sitting completely on the table like a boat, although some are partially sunk under the counter. Advantages: Unlike most other sinks on the counter, because it seems to be placed on it, if you like a deep sink that can hold a lot of water, this is a good choice. Disadvantages: Due to the height of the boats and the way they sit above the counter, you need to carefully plan the height of the counter and the height of the cabinet to ensure that the sink is not too high and uncomfortable to use-this often results in less storage space under the counter. Cleaning the surrounding area and behind the sink can also be a bit tricky.
8. One-piece sink and countertop. Many ready-made vanity cabinets can be purchased directly from the store with an all-in-one countertop and sink. With this style, the sink itself is actually molded as part of the countertop. It can be made of various materials, such as porcelain. Advantages: The main advantage is that it is easy to clean. There are no seams, so it is very smooth and is a great choice for family bathrooms. These sinks are usually standard sizes; however, some suppliers may be able to do some customization for your needs. Disadvantages: These integrated countertops are usually designed so that the countertop gradually slopes downward and inward in the middle to form a sink. If you want to put something on the countertop, you may not have enough floor space.