Byron Guibord. Bathroom. December 07th , 2017.
There was a time when pedestal sinks were the most fashionable and everybody had one. With time we discovered that, although they look graceful and beautiful, they‘re not the most practical type storage-wise. But that didn‘t make pedestal sinks obsolete. In fact, it made them more interesting . There are still a lot of interesting pedestal sink designs today, a lot of them being adapted to the modern times. They range from very simple to sculptural and eye-catching and each such freestanding washbasin has its own unique particularities in addition to the defining characteristics.
Last year DVX debuted their amazing 3D printed faucets, but this year, the year the company showed its newest product, which is a sleek bathroom sink design with a stylish drain cover and a moveable tray. Vanico also presented a new vanity with their organically shaped basin. The vanity top is made from reclaimed submerged wood, which has a rustic and texture surface. The wood comes from logs submerged in Quebec lakes and rivers since the beginning of the last century.
Fleurco showed a number of compact vanities with a basin and storage. For a powder room or a very small bathroom, the vanity is designed to be very functional and compact, from the faucet placement to the storage underneath.
Named simply Bowl, this pedestal sink puts together industrial and modern influences resulting is a unique and eclectic design which impresses with its versatility. The sink puts together marble and metal and its pedestal integrates a sleek shelf that coordinates with the circular base.
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