The sink sets the tone for the entire bathroom. That’s why we suggest choosing this before anything else. But first, let’s take your lifestyle into account and see how the sink will be used and abused on a daily basis. For family use, consider an undercounter model to free up valuable counter space. For a guest bath, we’re partial to pedestals. No kids allowed? How about a pair of matching above-counter basins perched on their own vanity cabinets? You’ve got lots of options, son read on.
A good choice for powder rooms and guest baths where storage is less important and space is limited. Their sleek, sophisticated lines can visually enlarge a room, while also enhancing its appearance.
Lately, wall-mount sinks have seen a rapid gain in popularity. In part because there are so many attractive and innovative designs available, but also because they’re ideal for universal access applications.
Clean, modern, distinctive. That’s the beauty of undercounter sinks. They free up usable counter space, and since there is no rim to catch debris, they’re also the easiest type of sink to keep clean.
Versatile and stylish, above-counter sinks rise above the countertop, console or cabinet to create a dramatic focal point. They are best suited for master baths and powder rooms, especially in contemporary, cosmopolitan homes.
These sinks, also know as drop-ins, fit into a variety of countertops. And thanks to their self-rimming nature, they’re the simplest type to install. Countertop sinks are the style most commonly found in high-traffic family bathrooms.
Here’s a smart way to maximize usable space in a small area. By extending over a narrow ledge or vanity, a semi-countertop sink offers you a surprisingly large basin while preserving valuable floor space.
Sink Top / Integral Countertop
A mark of the Town Square Caddie, Cascada, and Brook Collections, these sinks mount directly on top of a cabinet. An opportunity to bring more warmth to a bathroom and conceal items. Cabinet tops available in marble or wood.
Our furniture designs accentuate your décor while easily accommodating the little things that clutter up a bathroom. Be sure to browse the high design of the options below.
Furniture as Accent
Bathroom collections are available in general furniture items as well, including footstools, general cabinetry, storage lockers and mirrors to name a few. They give you the opportunity to complete the beauty of a bathroom without losing the function.
Check the exact dimensions of the location for the new sink. Will your new sink fit into an existing cut-out?
What type of faucet will you choose? Faucets come in all shapes and styles, too. Don’t put a tiny faucet on a big, bold sink, or vice-versa. Finally, make sure the sink you take home has the correct holes punched to fit your faucets, usually, 4" or 8".
American Standard offers a wide range of choices, from contemporary to tradition, in an array of up to 15 different colors. Consider choosing a design-matched toilet and a tub or whirlpool coordinate with a new sink.Back To Top