A Quick Guide to Bathroom Sinks

When I think of the bathroom sink, I think of a place where I brush my teeth, not necessarily a design haven. RCI has a totally different view, and after browsing these photos, you will too! From traditional pedestal sinks to pieces of art, the bathroom might just be your new favorite place. Have a look at some of the traditional and non traditional bathrooms they have designed, and the sinks that steal the show.

This sink is truly a work of art. To me, looks delicate like a waterfall flowing into a flower but is the perfect addition when you want to make your bathroom special. Whilst it is not in any way traditional, it works like a traditional sink and brings beauty to any space.  7a

Although not very exotic, for some people this is very unconventional! This vessel sink is for someone who wants a little bit more design in their bathroom, but still want it to be a bit on the conservative side.  Plus its straight lines makes it super easy to clean!31

This looks like a traditional pedestal sink, and that’s because it is! Sometimes its best to go back to basics, and this sink truly gives that feeling. Paired with the brushed nickel hardware and bead board, this sink makes the room to die for.42

A custom bamboo top really brings out the Asian feel of this drop in shallow vessel sink. If you are looking for something unique but not too over the top, this sink might fit the bill. Paired with a simple faucet this whole space has a very zen feel.41

If you are looking to make a statement in your bathroom, this sink is the one for you! Its stunning red color makes it the focal point of the room and its round shape is totally unexpected! It would look great with coordinating red towels or even with a light blue. 32

A glass sink can also add a nice dimension to your bathroom. Double sinks are really popular right now, and this one is gorgeous. Super easy to take care of and all one piece, this glass sink is perfect as a show piece in any bathroom. 13a

I loved looking through all the different options for bathroom sinks, and it has made me rethink the ideas I had for my own bathroom! Hopefully this has inspired you to think about your bathroom as well, just be sure to make it a space that reflects your own personal style. The bathroom sink might just be the place to start!

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