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Vessel Wash-basin Utility Wash Basin
It is the sink of choice for showcase bathrooms. No other basin can match the artistic beauty and classic form of the vessel basin. It is typified by a simple or ornate bowl that sits upon a countertop. Most times a vessel sinks will be fed by a wall mounted faucet typical of ancient Roman baths. However, vessel washbasin can also be filled by single post faucets mounted on a small pedestal with plumbing running under the countertop in lieu of the wall. Meantime it can run the gamut from simple white or hammered metal bowls, through a vast array of colorful, hand painted and/or hand formed vessel masterpieces. Combining simplicity with artistic craftmanship, this kind of sinks can enhance the image of any bathroom.
It marked by their large basin and accessability. It need to be able to handle large jobs and not get in the way. Hence, it can often resemble console sinks. Utilizing legs the utility sink differentiates itself from the console sink by usually having a deep rectangualr basin as opposed to the more circular and shallower basins found in console sinks used in bathrooms. Utility sinks can also be found wall mounted, undermounted, and even recessed into a sink stand. It also can be found in cast iron, the same durable material used in vintage clawfoot tubs.
It is a larger wall-mounted bathroom basin with 2 to 4 decorative legs. Options of a single, 4", widespread or 3 hole faucet drillings make console sinks one of the more versitile bathroom sinks. This style offers a larger vanity surface area and classical stylings. Some console wash-basin include integrated towel bars, making console sinks an elegant combination of form and function. Similar to pedestal sinks, you can pair the architectural design of the vanity to a matching toilet to complete your bathroom.
Utility Wash Basin