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Creative Vanity Top Design Options for
Your Bathroom

Creative Vanity Top Design Options for Your Bathroom

When deciding on a vanity top, you need to make sure you know what   type of sink you want.  While it seems   relatively unimportant, the type you choose can have an impact on what   countertop material you need to choose and exactly how much space you have on   the countertop.

Do you prefer a traditional look?   => Drop-in sink

  • Drop-in sinks are designed for this fit in a space   cut out of the vanity top and are usually exactly in the   middle of the surface.

  • They have slightly raised edges   (measure about 1 inch to 2 inches) that rest along the top.

  • This type of sink is there usually pretty cheap,   because the installation is quite simple and can be prefabricated in the   shop.

  • Drop-in sink Work great with virtually any material   and style from vanity above, though she are more   suitable for older, more traditional houses.

  • Unfortunately, these sinks tend to be something   harder to clean than most of the other types,   especially when they’re on the cheaper end of the scale.  The edges of the sink don’t always match   the vanity exactly, which can lead to this Dirt gets stuck   between the sink and the surface.

Do you want something streamlined?   => Undermount sink

  • As the name suggests, are undercounter sinks   Installed under the vanity topto create a way   continuous flow from the surface to the sink.

  • Their seamless surface makes for a much sleeker look   Perfect for people who want to break away from traditional   bathroom decor.

  • The lack of raised edges makes these sinks incredible   easy to clean and maintain – There are no places   where dirt and grime can get stuck!

  • However, If installed incorrectly, these sinks can   leak or even separate from the actual worktop – When buying an   undercounter sink, make sure that whoever is installing it screws the sink to   the countertop for added security.

  • Remember that the substructure will sink Do not work   with all vanities – Only surfaces made of solid wood or stone   can safely handle this type of sink.

  • Undermount sinks are also available usually more   expensive than built-in sinksalthough their prices have   decreased in recent years due to increased availability.

Do you need a balance between traditional and modern   style? => Hull

  • The design of the ship’s sink is great Combination   of tradition and modernity – the The unique   design of the bowl makes a great statement that practically   screams “contemporary”, but is still very reminiscent of the much   more traditional washbasins in older houses.

  • Ship is sinking Sit fully on the vanity topwithout   being mounted or built into the surface.

  • They are very versatile, and indeed they are Very   easy to swap out when remodeling the bathroom or changing your mind about the   style – You don’t have to worry about taking the entire vanity   apart just to remove the sink.

  • Ship sinks are also a A great option for people who   usually keep typical sinks for a little too low. Since the   ship’s sinks are on top of the counter, they can add a few important inches   of height!

  • Unfortunately, due to their exposure, these sinks are exposed   very prone to flaking and other damageSo you   have to invest in fairly sturdy materials.

  • Plus, ship sinks are usually the most expensive type   of sink on the marketHence, having to constantly replace or   repair it may not be worth your money.