The narrow depth bathroom vanity is not only for washing hands and brushing teeth. It has become a necessary storage place for the average homeowner, and continues to gain importance as a design element. The sink, or vanity as it is commonly referred to, is one of the most important functional pieces of design in the bathroom. The synonymous use of the bathroom sink. And vanity is a minor misconception that vanity is actually a form of bathroom sink prominent in American bathroom design.
Console: Most commonly referred to in the living room furniture as a console table. A console sink has a very similar look. This sink looks like a table with its use of decorative legs. Vanity: This type of sink is installed in a cabinet. And it is made as a single or double (for use in a master bathroom). Pedestal: This compact sink is simply a basin attached to a pedestal leg.
Wall Mount: This type of sink is attached to the wall and hides the plumbing through the wall instead of the floor. Vessel: This wash basin sits on top of an installed countertop, and while fully functional, is typically chosen as a fitting element. Vanities use the most space, with wall hangers using the least space. Pedestal sinks are a good solution for small bathroom spaces. Take complete measurements of the room and where the sink fixture will be placed before shopping.