Most people would think that choosing a sink isn’t really a big deal especially that we are usually after its function and not its look.
But there are some homeowners who are very particular about the design of the sink which has a huge impact to the look of the bathroom.
That is why one needs to know how to choose the right bathroom sink.
Did you know that sinks have different types and designs?
Today, we are going to show you bathrooms that used vessel sinks for its vanity. Do you know what a vessel sink is?
Vessel sinks can add style and value to any bath space. As a matter of fact, it can be the most striking feature of your bathroom.
It is defined as a free-standing sink basin that sits on top of sink consoles or countertops. Vessel sinks are available in a wide range of materials, colors and prices.
Take a look at how these bathrooms used vessel sinks:
1. St Mary`s Place, Weybridge
This beautiful bathroom used tone on tone to make space look bigger.
2. Eclectic Gable Bath
The homeowner found the dresser on Craigslist and refinished it for a shabby-chic vanity with sleek modern vessel sinks. Beadboard wainscoting dresses up the walls and lends the space a chabby-chic feel.
3. Moonee Ponds Home
A stone freestanding bath framed by natural light that falls softly across the hand selected tiles is the hero in this stunning transformation of a bedroom to a bathroom in a Victorian home in Moonee Ponds.
4. Contemporary Spa Inspired Bath
An original overhead soffit, tile countertops, fluorescent lights and oak cabinets were all removed to create a modern, spa-inspired master bathroom. Color inspiration came from the nearby ocean and was juxtaposed with a custom, expresso-stained vanity, white quartz countertops and new plumbing fixtures.
5. Modern Bathroom
Expansive trendy master bathroom photo in Cincinnati with flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, a freestanding tub, black and white tile, ceramic tile, white walls, a vessel sink and white floors.
6. Mr Mitchell Portsea House
Encapsulating Australian coastal living in the ultra stylish seaside town of Portsea. Polished concrete floors, architectural stone walls, the interior design of this home is an eclectic mix of reclaimed timbers, natural woven fibers and organic shapes. The space is instantly live-able, with vintage and salvaged pieces sitting comfortably amongst the contemporary additions.
7. Penthouse Waschtisch Betonoptik
Large contemporary master walk-in shower idea in Frankfurt with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, gray walls, concrete floors, a vessel sink and wood countertops.
8. Issaquah Highlands Residence
A contemporary 3/4 open shower remodel in Seattle with flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, an alcove shower, blue tile, white tile, white walls, a vessel sink and gray floors
9. Andrew Place, Lennox Heads
Many would love the sink here but the design of the bathroom is even more beautiful especially that wooden countertop with flat panel cabinets and the diagonal cut of the glass shower enclosure.
This large bathroom is a modern luxury with stand alone bathtub and frameless glass shower.
11. Annandale Warehouse
Urban 3/4 bathroom photo in Sydney with flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, an alcove shower, a wall-mount toilet, white walls, a vessel sink, gray floors and a hinged shower door.
12. Calm Contemporary
Large contemporary master corner shower idea in Phoenix with flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, white walls, a vessel sink, a two-piece toilet, beige tile, matchstick tile and engineered quartz countertops.
13. Sinclair Ave – 100 South Broad
This bathroom features shaker cabinets, gray walls, a vessel sink and gray floors. That butterfly wall decor added to the bathroom’s appeal.
14. Denmark Avenue
The wooden floating cabinet looks really beautiful in this bathroom with gray walls. Of course, the vessel sink is one feature that completed the bathroom’s look and function.
15. Full Home Renovation in Carlton Woods
Medium tone wood cabinets with a one-piece toilet and a vessel sink are important items in this bathroom but what makes it beautiful is the gray walls and black slate floors.
16. Lookbook: High Street
The combination of architectural charcoal tiles, classical white marble and rich timbers amplifies the beauty of this bathroom and affirms its classic approach to design.
17. 9th and Hudson
A Scandinavian bathroom with a Mexican cement tile on the floor and lots of white everywhere.
18. Master Bathroom Jade
This design is ideal for a bathroom ensuite. Its vanity style and color is beautiful. There is also a makeup area in the middle- between the two vessel sinks.
19. Open Living Spaces
The key to a modern bathroom is a refined palette coupled with contemporary shapes just like what you can see in this space.
This contemporary bathroom used a combination of natural oak, wood and raw concrete. The walls are covered with white tiles which look perfect with the rest of the materials used here.
For sure you have seen the vessel sinks in the bathrooms above. And you would agree with me that this kind of sink looks really striking. It added appeal to the bathroom especially if they are colored or textured. But of course, the overall look of the bathroom still depends on how it is designed as well as the designer’s choice of materials, colors and others. Are you currently working on your bathroom? Which of the above designs do you like the most?