Your Choice of Bathroom Sink Units

You may not have given it much thought, but besides your bedroom, the bathroom is probably the room in your house that receives the most traffic. The only reason the bedroom beats it is because of the amount of time that you sleep in there, but if you were to closely monitor how many times people go in and out of their bathrooms in a day, you would be astonished. It’s no wonder that we put so much thought into the design of our bathroom.

Inside your bathroom itself, other than all the knick knacks, soaps, shaving creams and shampoos that are lying around, the room can really be broken down into three or four main components. If your shower and bath are combined (which is more and more becoming the norm in bathrooms), then that is one, the other two are your toilet and your bathroom sink. In most cases, the toilet is considered to be something that you use and not look at, so most home owners will try and keep it out of the way. The shower and bath, while an important part oif the room, are generally hidden behind a shower curtain or a glass door. This just leaves your bathroom sink as the main component in your room, and it is for this reason that a lot of people put more effort into the sink than any other area of your bathroom.

There are two things that you need to think about when deciding on a bathroom sink, style and functionality. If your household consists of children that are forever preening themselves in the mirror before heading off to school, then functionality is going to have to take precedence. If, however, you have the luxury of being kid free, then you can put more emphasis on style.

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