A wash basin is a wash basin that stands on a vanity or counter and makes a statement with its appearance. Such sinks are usually found in bathrooms as they are not practical enough for kitchens, and I would say more – you will see them in powder rooms or guest bathrooms as everyday use is not always convenient. A vascular sink can be made of any material – fired ceramic, glass, stainless steel, stone, copper or marble – and they become a beautiful decorative feature for any room. Still hesitate when you need one? Take a look at the pros and cons to help you make a decision.
Style: Sinks take your bathroom look to the next level without paying a lot, which is great. Installation is pretty simple: you don’t have to cut anything out in your vanity like you would with a lay-in basin. Changeability is also a good idea if ship sinks are out of trend or you’re just bored, just change them up. A marine sink also takes up less space than a recessed sink, and you keep your extra counter space.
Marine sinks are perhaps the most inconvenient of them all, and if you occupy an area that you use frequently, just forget about them. The shelf life of a ship’s sink is not high: due to the exposed edges of the basin, they are prone to chipping and breaking. Ship sinks are only attached in one place and not around the entire circumference. A recessed ship’s sink, which is about halfway into the washbasin, but not as far as a drop-in sink, provides more stability. Cleaning in the area of such a sink is quite difficult and the sinks of the containers are not provided with overflow relief drains. The higher edge can be a problem for shorter people or for children. So keep that in mind when choosing and check out our examples!