Smashing Ideas For Tiny Bathroom Sinks

When you have a small and narrow bathroom, you often complain and think too long how to select and arrange the appropriate furniture to put in it. Basically small bathroom only need shower, smaller toilets and tiny bathroom sinks.

American Standard The Ellisse Pedestal Lav

American Standard The Ellisse Pedestal Lav

Do you still think that finding a small bathroom sink or toilet is a difficult thing? After you read the following ideas, you are expected to handle this difficulty. The hardest thing in the sink selection is no standard size or shape for the bathroom sink; tiny bathroom sinks usually will be present in a more compact form, such as wall-hung sinks, corner sink, and the pole is a good bet when thinking small once. These types of bathroom sinks are widely available, but they come with a caution.

One thing you should remember when choosing sinks for a small bathroom is getting smaller the lavatory, the more you have to pay attention to the location and size of the faucet. It’s important to know before you choose a sink if you can actually get your hands in there to wash.

Kohler's Compass Lav

Kohler’s Compass Lav

Diminutive sinks using off-the-shelf equipment is the same as the larger models, but they have a tap in the corner position as one of the ways to optimize space. Single-control, 4 – inches – center and wall-mounted equipment that is most often used with a smaller sink.

Tiny Types of Bathroom Sinks

The Minette Wall-Hung Lav From American Standard

The Minette Wall-Hung Lav From American Standard

Here are some sink options that you might consider for your small bathroom. The first is The Minette from American Standard. A wall-hung sink with a size of 11 x 16 inches is very suitable to be placed in the corner of the room. Another option from American Standard is Ellisse pedestal lavatory, which could accommodate a small bathroom space with tremendous style.

Kohler's Boutique Series Of Sinks

Kohler’s Boutique Series Of Sinks

If you feel less suited to American Standard, you could be contemplating bathroom sinks from Kohler Boutique series, which are actually designed in 1920 but they are still popular to this day. The line has a sink originally designed for Pullman train cars. Kohler’s Compass lavatory is one of the series. The sink has a diameter of 13 ½ inches, drill holes, and can accommodate a wall-mounted faucet or a table.

The Problem-Solver Sinks From Bates MBO 912

The Problem-Solver Sinks From Bates MBO 912

Other options for small bathroom sinks are Problem-Solver sinks offered by Bates and Bates that are specifically designed for the unique situation and have custom-made as small as 6 inches diameter. MBO 912 is one of the luxury sink for small bathroom from Bates and Bates made from solid brass, and has a drop-in model with the dimensions of 11×14 inches.

Eurolav Vanity With Integral Sink Top From Strasser

Eurolav Vanity With Integral Sink Top From Strasser

Although wall-mounted sink is perfect for small bathrooms because of the open space at the bottom which can help make the room feel less crowded, but there is a small vanity cabinet that also gives the advantage of storage. If the standard size of a vanity is 18 to 21 inches from front to back, Eurolav vanity top with integral sink from Strasser measuring only 13 inches. However, this is special sink which is only available in bath showroom.

At home centers, the most common width vanity are 24 inches, but you can find them as narrow as 18 inches and 16 3/8 inches front to back. Of course, a cabinet shop can make any size – but it’s not cheap offering. One trick to overcome your difficulties in finding the right tiny bathroom sinks is to buy a vanity with integral sink, have one fabricated, or use a standard table with a very drop-in sink.

Posted on February 21, 2014 by Sarah Elington under Vanity and Sink category
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