Vessel Sinks For Every Style

vessel sink picturesVessel sinks so often fall into the modern category when it comes to style, but they’re really compatible with traditional and transitional styles, too.  “The more angular vessel sink that usually comes to mind fits the modern style, but if you go with a vessel sink that has a textured floral pattern with a nice round bowl, it very much so emphasizes the traditional style,” says Normandy Designer Karen Chanan,  “Transitional vessel sinks are beautiful in a metal or glass, and tend to have softer angles than a modern vessel sink, but typically not the intricate details you’ll find in a traditional one.”

“Vessel sinksvessel sink ideas transitional make beautiful accent pieces to vanities,” commented Karen, “They add a unique design statement that you’re not going to see in every bathroom. However, there are a few things to consider, such as selecting a faucet that allots enough clearance over the sink and the fact that the vanity will have to be lower to account for the height of the sink; both are elements that don’t really come into play with undermount sinks.  On that note, I would say undermount sinks in bathrooms are still more popular among homeowners; a vessel sink sort of commits you to the style and statement you want to relay, so I always recommend picking one you won’t easily tire of.”

If you’d like to learn even more about preparing for your Chicago bathroom remodel, you can sign up to attend our upcoming seminar “A New Kind of Bathroom: The At-Home Spa Experience”.

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