Nothing But the Bathroom Sink

Since bathroom sinks and vanities tend to take a fair amount of abuse in today’s households, they can often show wear before other elements in the room. By updating just the sink area, however, the entire room can feel refreshed, and if selling your home is a possibility it can also help to improve the resale value of a property.

If the finish has eroded and you are very attached to the existing sink, it may be possible to restore the surface, but many professionals will recommend installing a new sink, or one that better suits the room’s d?�cor, if at all possible. In addition, stone and granite countertops are no longer just for the kitchen, with many bathrooms now boasting this luxury feature. Not only are they durable, but stone is available in a wide variety of colors and textures, which can help to complete the desired look and feel of any bathroom.

A new mirror (or mirrors) and new faucet fixtures will complete the upgrade, lending a sense of style and sophistication to the new look. Choose standalone mirrors or ones with storage built in, depending on your unique needs, but be sure that whatever style you choose nicely complements the rest of the room’s design. For example, if rounded edges are a constant theme, too-sharp corners could create confusion, while integrating curves could work to complete the look.

By simply replacing the sink and vanity in a bathroom, the entire space will feel new. In addition, it will provide a strong base for future upgrades and could be a strong selling point in the event that you decide to put your home on the market.

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