2022-06-15 10:47:56 By : Mr. Alan Wu

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From pedestal to vessel to undermount, these stylish sinks will instantly add polish to your space.

Whether you're giving the powder room a refresh or overhauling your master bath, the right bathroom sink can transform your loo from a dated room (that makes you cringe every time guests visit) to a space you'll want to show off. A well-chosen sink is an important purchase—and often the focal point of the bathroom—that lays the groundwork for the room's design before you can move on to selecting fixtures and accessories.

However, that doesn't mean you have to break the bank to get one that suits your space: These days, you can get an attractive, on-trend bathroom sink for $100 or less. Read of for our recommendations, plus our best pre-shopping advice.

Unless you're completely renovating your bathroom, existing plumbing and space constraints are the main considerations when shopping for a bathroom sinks. Generally speaking, there are five primary sink styles: undermount, drop-in or top-mount, vessel, pedestal, and wall-mount. Drop-in or top-mount sinks, which literally drop into a countertop cutout and are supported by a lip around the edge, are the easiest to install. Vessel sinks—perhaps the trendiest style right now—which are set on a countertop, are also similarly simple to install. Undermount sinks mount from below, so there's no lip, and are the way to go for a streamlined countertop. Pedestal and wall-mount sinks are excellent space-savers—ideal for keeping small bathrooms from looking cluttered—though they don't have storage space underneath.

In terms of materials, most bathroom sinks are ceramic or porcelain, and those with the term “vitreous china” attached are glazed with a layer of glass enamel for extra durability. Tempered glass is commonly used for circular vessel sinks, with everything from clear to colorful patterns available.

Beyond those considerations, your decision boils down to basin shape, along with the number of faucet-mount holes your setup requires.

Our list includes the most popular sink styles, as mentioned above, and every model we feature has an average customer rating of at least 4.6 stars. Our selection includes options across multiple price points, including a stylish rectangular vessel sink for roughly $100, a stately midrange pedestal sink for about $550, and a high-end, double-wide concrete sink for more than $1,600. We took into account quality of materials and overall design while compiling our picks, plus we note color, size, and style options for every bathroom sink we write about.

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This simple but elegant countertop vessel sink is sure to make a splash in any bathroom—and it has a budget-friendly price tag, to boot. It comes in white or dramatic black faux marble, plus it's available in four sizes, including a petite 16 x 12-inch version for smaller vanities.

The basin measures 5 inches high, but there's no overflow drain, which may be a drawback for some. This bathroom sink is a customer favorite, with an average rating of 4.8 stars from nearly 900 reviewers.

Here's another eye-catching, on-trend option perfect for transforming your bathroom. This handcrafted tempered glass sink is done in a stunning titanium gray, with a polished basin to prevent stains and scratches. There's no overflow drain (common in sinks of this style) though the rim is 6 inches high. It looks great on its own, and a set of two on a double-wide countertop makes for an even sharper look.

If you're in the market for a solid circular vessel sink, the brand also offers a wide range of colors sold separately, including smoky black and opaque white. The sink gets high marks from more than 1,800 customers, with an average user rating of 4.8 stars.

Drop-in sinks are among the easiest traditional styles to install, and this option Kohler adds oodles of elegance to any bathroom. Made of high-quality vitreous china, it features a curved front edge and an overflow drain, and there are 1o colors to choose from, including light gray and black. It's also available in three faucet-mount options: single-hole, 4-inch, and 8-inch.

This best-selling sink from Kohler gives your bathroom countertop a streamlined, modern look. With undermount installation, there's no lip around the perimeter, so it's easy to clean the counter's surface, plus no faucet holes means you aren't locked into a particular faucet-mount style. The sink is made of durable vitreous china and features an overflow drain.

With no vanity to clutter your space, a wall-mounted sink is your best bet if you're going for ultra-minimalist style. This rectangular ceramic sink features a deep basin with an overflow drain, and it comes in three installation options: no hole, single-hole, and three-hole.

If you love the look, plan for storage space elsewhere, like an extra-deep recessed medicine cabinet.

This well-priced vessel sink is excellent for small bathrooms—and makes a statement despite its size, with four chic color combos to choose from.

Options include all-white, white with black or gold trim, and white with a matte black exterior. The basins all feature rounded edges and a high-gloss finish, though there's no overflow hole and the pop-up drain isn't included.

This handsome double-wide sink is practical and will give your space instant hotel-bathroom vibes. This handmade concrete drop-in option is available in five colors, including slate and charcoal, and three faucet-mount styles. This 5.5-inch-high basin features a stain- and scratch-resistant finish, but there's no overflow drain.

You can never go wrong with the timeless style of a space-saving pedestal sink. Kohler's popular Stately model is just over 24 inches wide, with classic lines and three faucet-mount styles; if this look doesn't suit your needs, it's also available in a wider version and in nine additional colors. It's made of fireclay and features plenty of space around the basin for a soap pump, hand lotion, and more—and there's an overflow drain.

This console sink earns high marks for its vintage-inspired style and looks way more expensive than the price tag indicates. It comes in four finishes, but the gorgeous polished gold that's shown is a standout. The polished ceramic basin features an overflow drain with a chrome finish, and the base is constructed of rust-resistant stainless steel. It's another smart pick for a small bathroom, and one that will keep your space from feeling cluttered.