Bathroom sinks have come a long way since the color renaissance of the 50’s first hit the suburbs. Not only has color been updated but looks, style, feel, material and influences have also undertaken myriad transitions in recent years.
The influences of European-style are more than the evident in home and bathroom decor, particularly in urban environments. Perish the porcelain, bring on the vessel sinks in glass. Maybe it’s time to consider elevating your sink and putting it on a pedestal where it rightfully belongs.
Pedestal sinks are traditional bathroom decor essentials, Old Faithful, preferably without the geyser. But traditional need not always mean predictable.
Eternal basic whites, and the mustard yellows and greens that dominated the 70s have been updated from a variety of palettes spanning the whole of rainbow’s spectrum.
Vessel sinks exemplify just how much everything old is new again. Once upon a lifetime ago the vessel was a porcelain bowl with its companion picture settled atop a marble tiled washstand. Nowadays the porcelain has been replaced by glass resplendent in colors that veritably gleam.
A plethora of purples, ruby reds and glamorous greens have redesigned an essential to create a marvel in the bathroom, possibly in marble.
Ceramic sinks in addition to glass, porcelains and metals including brushed steels, coppers and chromes invite an overflowing stream of consciousness when it comes to updating bathroom decor.
While ceramic sinks are a popular tried and true bathroom decor choice, a little rejuvenation can go a long way to reinventing bathroom decor with new shapes, new colors and new designs ultimately proving as refreshing as a day at the spa.