Yolette Vessel Sinks November 02nd, 2017 - 04:45:18
Now you can beautifully display your distinctive style in a much more dramatic way than a simple sink, that is a basic basin, just sitting there inside the bathroom counter. You should have no problem finding one to match your decorating ideas with the wealth of vessel sink styles to choose from. In fact, there are as many different styles, shapes and colors to choose from as there are peoples personalities.
Due to design considerations, a mounting ring is not always desirable. If you want to mount the vessel directly into the countertop, you will need a hole that is at least 3" in diameter with a beveled edge in the countertop material to accommodate the shape of the bowl. You may want the hole to be more in the range of 5" - 6" if the vessel is larger for stability. Use clear silicone to provide cushion and stability when mounting the sink. If you want to lower the level of the sink you can simply enlarge the hole. The larger the hole, the more stability you will achieve in the installation. To experiment with the size of the hole, use a piece of cardboard. Start with a smaller size - say 3" - and work your way up. This will give you a visual as to how far down the vessel will be relative to the counter throughout the size range that you choose. Be sure to keep the height of the faucet you have chosen in mind when making these decisions.
These are several types of vessel sinks that you may want to choose from. The wide selection of sink models allows you to decide on what is most preferable for your home fashion sense. You may want to choose the types that are appropriate to the size and style of your bathroom and to compliment other designs you used on your home. The installation procedure should also be considered in choosing the right sink to fit your remodeling plans. Attractive sinks with easy to follow installation guides are the best picks for an ideal vessel sink.
The vessel sink that is suitable for space-restrained rooms is the drop-in sink. These under mounted sinks are commonly integrated with vanity cabinets because they are installed directly under the opening of the sink. The drop-in sinks are incorporated with simple counter tops to give space for other bathroom items such as toiletries, bathroom cleaners and miscellaneous accessories. The commonly used materials for these sinks are ceramic, fire-clay, porcelain, and china clay. Though there are models of drop-in sinks that are made of glass or copper, these kinds are not commonly seen in normal houses.