When you’re renovating your bathroom one of the most important aspects to consider will be what type of sink to install. While you may at first think that a sink’s a sink, there are actually numerous styles available. For this reason it’s best to do some research before heading out to purchase or order a brand new one.
The sink will be used by everyone in your household as well as guests, so it is important to take in various considerations when deciding on an option. The following are some of the most common types of sink, all available to view at Click Basin, suitable for different bathrooms.
Wall Mounted Basin
Wall mounted basins create an illusion of a more spacious bathroom but genuinely do add a little bit more room as opposed to pedestal ones underneath them. This can be handy for storage, such as a small stool for children to stand on, as well as looking stylish and being easier to clean all over.
Designed to fit in the right angle corner of any room really, a corner basin is best in smaller bathrooms. There is no need for room to attach it to the floor or even in the centre of the room. They also prove a good option for cloakrooms or if you have limited space but would like a sink in any of your home’s bedrooms.
Countertop sinks have a more traditional style in many sense but fit into contemporary bathrooms too. Sitting on top of a worktop or shelf, they come in all sorts of shapes, from ovals to rectangles. Numerous finishes and sizes are available, with most best paired with a wall mounted mixer tap.
Semi Recessed Basin
Unlike countertop sinks, with a semi recessed basin about half of it comes out over the front of a worktop. This makes it best avoided for those with small children who may bang their head on the edge, even though most are rounded off. It looks like part of the overall furniture and can be chosen to match the toilet, shower and general feel of the bathroom.
Delivering a seamless look, inset sinks fall into the countertop and are a rising trend. This makes them incredibly easy to clean and they can fit in with nearly any bathroom style providing it has an appropriate worktop.
Hopefully this will give you a good idea of what type of sink or basin you should be looking for.