No matter if you require a new sink for a new bathroom, or want to enhance your existing space with a fresh bathroom sink, you’ll have to accurately measure the space. Be sure to double check your measurements too for peace of mind.
Prior to picking a new sink, you need to carefully consider how it will be used after installation. If you are buying a sink for a miniscule en-suite, it’s likely it will be used only for washing your hands. If so, you can opt for a small sink with limited depth. In order to maximize space in smaller bathroom areas too, you might be well served considering bathroom vanities with incorporated sinks. Something like the Langley 16” Gray Wall-Mount Bathroom Vanity is perfect for providing vital extra storage space with an in-built sink to boot.
Alternatively, if you are looking to populate a large bathroom space, you are open to a more extensive choice of sizes and designs. Larger, deeper bathroom sinks will lend themselves to the hand washing of clothing or for hair to be washed. With such a wide array of options at your disposal, you’ll have little issue sourcing a bathroom sink of ideal size and style to suit your bathroom.
Different style sinks are designed to be installed in certain manners. For instance, countertop mounted or wall mounted. The former designs cannot be fitted to the wall, so make sure your chosen sink can be installed in the way you require before purchase. And don’t forget to work out which sort of sink drain you’ll need as well.
Plus, there’s the faucets. For many people, the design of their chosen bathroom sink faucets will be just as important as the sink itself. You’ll have to go for a faucet that meshes well with the sink style and bathroom decor. Furthermore, the faucet must be suitable to be fit to your sink. Some bathroom sinks only have a single hole, for instance, so a basic single-hole faucet would be required. That doesn’t mean you’re confined to a dull design choice though, as the likes of the Quest Brushed Nickel Single-Hole Bathroom Faucet proves. Certain bathroom sinks don’t feature tap holes meanwhile. In which case, you’ll have to go for a wall mounted faucet. Our Ultimate Guide to Faucets and Buyer’s Guide to Bathroom Faucets are useful resources in helping you identify your ideal bathroom sink faucets.