When choosing a sink for your new bathroom, here are some of the styles to consider:
Undermount sinks are installed from underneath a solid surface countertop such as granite or marble. They give a clean uninterrupted look to the vanity. Cleaning the countertop and sink is made easy with no edges to trap dirt.
Pedestal sinks are freestanding sinks that are supported by a small column that sits beneath the sink. These types of sinks are not set in a vanity. A pedestal sink is an excellent way to offer more space in small bathrooms, that don’t require storage space.
Vessel sinks sit atop the vanity counter so that the bottom of the sink is in line with the countertop. They can make a great style statement and set the tone for the whole bathroom.
In addition to the different styles of sinks to consider, there are also different materials to choose from, such as porcelain, glass, china, and more, along with choosing faucets to complement the sink. Our designer, Kathy Walker, walks beside our homeowners and guides them to good choices while staying within their budget. She makes these complicated decisions seem easy with her experience and great design ability. Here are some sinks from recent Wood Wise projects: