Bathroom Sinks

Waterproof Wide Sink

Wow, if you’re planning a bath remodel or working on one currently, have I got a deal for you. This awesome sink is 50% off at DWR. I love this sink and it hurts me that it would be perfect for my dream house but not so much my current house or else I’d snap this up in a second.

This sink is intended for wall mounted faucets, and it includes counterspace to the right of the sink. Oh man. I love it. I may just get one.

Purchase Information:

Price: $575.00
Availability: Buy Waterproof Wide Sink here

Tara. White Edition

Why-oh-why are bathroom fixtures so darn expensive?

Two-hole bath mixer with stand pipes and cross handles: $2,614.00, Buy it here.
Also shown: Single-hole basin mixer with stand pipe and cross handles

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Purchase Information:

Price: $2,614.00
Availability: Buy Tara. White Edition here

Liquid Sink – Black

Somehow I missed the fact that DWR had expanded its bath collection to sinks and tubs. Some of the prices seem a little steep, but the looks are top notch.

Living up to its name, the smooth interior of the Liquid Sink is interrupted by only a single groove that allows the water to slip through. The drain, which is hidden by a resin panel, is accessible by lifting the panel, whether for cleaning or to add a stopper if you want to fill the sink with water. The barely visible p-trap (the under-sink drainpipe) furthers the clean aesthetic. An adapter kit comes with this European-style sink to make it compatible with U.S. plumbing. The Liquid Collection is designed by Nuria Coll, who is part of a Barcelona-based team that works solely on items for the bath.

H 19.7″ W 23.6″ D 19.7″

$2,040.00, Buy it at DWR.

Purchase Information:

No longer available.

Resource: Total Bath

This small-scale sink is great for a lavatory with a tiny footprint because it’s 19″ deep and 15″ wide.

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Purchase Information:

Price: $414.00
Availability: Buy Resource: Total Bath here

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Kraus Ceramic Lavatory sink

If you’re on a budget, but still want style, $175 is a pretty good deal on a sink.

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Purchase Information:

Price: $175.00
Availability: Buy Kraus Ceramic Lavatory sink here

Create this look: Woolsey Studio Bath

If you like the look of this bath from the Woolsey Studio, it can be done economically with discount plumbing.

This above the counter lavatory sink is $294, and this
wall-mounted faucet is only $268.

[posted by kris]

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Planhaus bath

It’s refreshing to see a beautiful bath space that doesn’t require tiles everywhere. The nice simple wooden sink (although I think I would worry too much about the upkeep) and the horizontal-mount mirror and the wall-mount faucet brings it all together. It’s perfect how the alignment is slightly askew.

To create this look in your own bath remodel, you can get the faucet for under $300 here. The mirror is pretty much a no-brainer. Start at Ikea and work your way up as your budget allows. The sink is more difficult to locate but since I have a problem with the idea of wood, I would probably use something like the Omvivo washplane or the erosion sink, which can be custom made to any length.

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Omvivo Washplane Revisited

We originally posted the Omvivo Washplane over three years ago, but I thought it was time for a revisit since they’ve come out with more color and material options.

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T20 sink

I love the perfect edges on this sink.

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More information:

View T20 sink here

Erosion Sink by Gore Design Co.

Whoa. This sink is a show stopper. Each one is 100% custom made, so expect to pay around $3500. Sinks can be shipped internationally.

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Purchase Information:

Price: $3500.00
Availability: Buy Erosion Sink by Gore Design Co. here

Moab 80 AIS All Inclusive Sink

Bathroom fixtures continue to amaze as more designers thoughtfully minimize even the most standard elements.

“The new Moab sink takes its source from the technology patented in 2004, anticipating
the future coming trends, of the hidden water sheet supplying, in a vision of
decontextualization of the object. AIS gives the chance to place the sink even out the
bathroom eliminating the tap as main feature of the bathroom area.”

100x54xh18 cm

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Stone Forest 36″ Floating Vanity

You’d be dropping a grand into the sink portion of your bath remodel, but isn’t there something about bathrooms and kitchens selling a house? Hopefully it would pay for itself in the long run…

“…floating wall hung vanity available in Black Granite (shown),Travertino Romano, Carrara Marble…Includes mounting wall bracket. Faucet and p-trap not included. 4-6 week lead time required. Free Shipping.”

36″W x 19.75″D x 3″H

Purchase Information:

Price: $1550.00
Availability: Buy Stone Forest 36″ Floating Vanity here

Large Black Zen Granite Sink

I love the rough edge next to the super polished surface of the basin. Definitely has a meditative feel about it…

“The polished granite interior will hold its luster — and the rough hewn cut edges are perfect for any modern zen look.”

Hewn-cut Shanxi black granite
L: 21″, W: 17″, H: 4″

Purchase Information:

Price: $649
Availability: Buy Large Black Zen Granite Sink here

Antelope Washbasin SW003

This Corian wall mounting wash basin is quite stunning and would really make a bath space shine for a relatively low price for such an amazing piece.

Purchase Information:

Price: $646
Availability: Buy Antelope Washbasin SW003 here

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Great resource for Modern Baths

I just found a great resource for modern plumbing fixtures that are not too expensive. Usually when you buy plumbing (unless you buy it all in a vanity), you have to purchase the drains and everything in an a la carte fashion. So I went though and picked what I would want to buy if I were remodeling my bath. Which I just might.

Far left is the Luka Vessel Sink priced at $247. Middle top is the drain, priced at $34.95. Middle bottom is the p-trap, also priced at $34.95. The p-trap is the plumbing that carries the water from the drain to the plumbing behind the wall. Usually they are pretty unattractive, but I was pleasantly surprised to find one so nice for so inexpensive. Finally, far right is the Roma faucet priced at $119.

So far, your new bath vanity is costing you around $435. Now all you need is a piece of furniture to go below it. This all depends on the amount of space you’re working with. You could have your carpenter just build a nice floating vanity. Obviously, you’d want it to be structurally sound enough to hold the weight of the sink and all the pressure that comes with using a sink. Not to mention you’d have to treat the furniture piece it to deal with the moisture in the area.

Not a bad starting point for a vanity make-over.

 
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