Drop-in sinks (lip-mounted sinks). What they are: In these sinks, the sink's lip is raised above the countertop, so it's essentially sitting on top of the countertop surface instead of being mounted beneath it. Benefits: These tend to be more cost efficient than other sinks, and they're easy to plan for and use since they easily "drop in" to the hole in the countertop (and even if the hole isn't the exact right size, the sink can still work, thanks to the lip that can cover any gaps). Pedestal sinks. What they are: The sink basin sits on top of a column (a pedestal). Benefits: Perfect for smaller baths since they take up less space. Here's a pic from one of our bathroom renovations. Downside? No storage underneath like you get with vanities.
Add some greenery, such as small succulents on the window or hanging planters. If you're looking for bathroom renovation ideas, try and include a big window where you can add some greenery. I think large bathroom windows are some of the biggest trends we're seeing this year. Imagine the serenity of relaxing in a bath while still feeling like you have nature surrounding you. I love different types of bathroom shelf ideas, whether that be through a leaning wall ladder which you can hang your towels off or also hanging round shelves. Keep your favourite beauty products styled on a nice stone tray/dish; this will keep them looking neat and tidy. Keep your make-up displayed on the vanity bench top; try hiding it away in a drawer or keep inside a zip-up make-up bag. Decorate with bar soaps and other types of bath crystals lined up around your bath or basin. This is so the '90s and as much as I love anything that takes me back to the '90s, this isn't one of them. Keep your toilet paper on a rod. This is another bathroom design look that's extremely dated; it's far better when stored away in a storage basket.
His and her sinks. What they are: you'd have two sinks in one bathroom (and the sink style could vary--they could be vessels, drop-ins, undermount, etc). The sinks could be part of the same vanity, as in the picture below from one of our bath renovations. Or you could have separate vanities and separate sinks. See the picture below (again, another one of our bathroom renovations). Benefits: No more fighting for tooth-brushing time (etc.), which works well for couples and households where a bunch of kids share a bathroom. From a design aesthetic, two sinks also add interesting symmetry to a room. Farmhouse sinks. What they are: Picture a sink with an exposed front, one that juts out over the edge. These sinks tend to be extra deep and are typically used in kitchens, rather than the bath, although we've seen some cool farmhouse sinks in kids' bathrooms (the sinks are big enough for bathing babies and toddlers). Check out some pictures on Houzz here. Benefits: They give a room a charming, rustic flair...and they provide plenty of room (again, perfect for kitchens with lots of dishes to wash).
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