10 Eye-Catchy Sinks To Add Interest To Your Bathroom

eye catchy sinks to add interest to your bathroom cover

If you want to refresh your bathroom décor and don’t know how to do it, there are several ways. First of all, you can change the tiles or install some new ones that are more interesting, place a cool bathtub or maybe an eye-catchy sink. If the latter is your option, this roundup is right what you need because I’m sharing the coolest bathroom sinks. Let’s get started!

This unique sink by Bulgarian designer and architect Victor Vasiliev is called Cube. There are several setups, and all of them are made of marble and glass. The thing that strikes at first sight is that it seems like there’s no sink at all! This happens because of transparent glass and straight lines of seams in black, which look almost invisible in the backdrop of white marble.

Cube sink by Victor Vasiliev (via alrio.info)

Cube sink by Victor Vasiliev (via alrio.info)

Sandstone vessel sinks called is a rectangular wonder whose straight lines contrast nicely with the sandstone’s curvy striations. Much softer than granite or marble, sandstone is relatively easy to work with, enabling the material to be sculpted into artistic forms. Stone Forest offers multiple vessel sinks and one dramatic soaking tub in sandstone.

Moso sandstone sink by Stone Forest (via media.designerpages.com)

Moso sandstone sink by Stone Forest (via media.designerpages.com)

French designer Gwenole Gasnier has conceived ‘un lavabos’, a sink that can adapt to everyone. the common basin has been re-imagined with a simple alteration to accommodate all walks of life – a cut along the body of the piece to allow it to tilt according to the user’s height. By rocking around an axis, the design can be positioned to cater for a standing and seated adult or children, and subsequently locked to secure into place.

Un Lavobos sink by Gwenole Gasnier (via www.designboom.com)

Un Lavobos sink by Gwenole Gasnier (via www.designboom.com)

Born in China, designer Kuo’s artistic trajectory owes much to the achievements of the ancients. It’s no wonder then that Fei Tian Wen was inspired by the Dunhuang cave drawings created by pilgrims traversing the long and winding path that was once upon a time known as the Silk Road. The designer creates vessel sinks that has routes on them, and they look really unique and jaw-dropping.

bronze sink by Robert Kuo (via media.designerpages.com)

bronze sink by Robert Kuo (via media.designerpages.com)

This unusual sink design presents a geological story of history and perseverance – and of course pure whimsy. Penta creates a visual of fluid formations within its combination of clear and solid materials that almost cause you to hesitate before turning the faucet on. The clear sections are created with Chroma and the solid formation is made with Dupont Corian. The contrast between the Dupont Corian and Chroma in Penta is enhanced as light passes through it allowing for the creative use of directional lighting to create plays on shadow and reflection for a 3 dimensional storyline to the sink and its surrounding environment.

sink by Penta (via alrio.info)

sink by Penta (via alrio.info)

Here is a unique bathroom sink design by Ricardo Antonio. Called the Foglio toilet basin this design was created for Brascor Countertops of Brazil. Constructed of corian, this unique shape adds a cool touch to modern bathroom design.

Foglio by Brascor Countertops (via www.furniturefashion.com)

Foglio by Brascor Countertops (via www.furniturefashion.com)

Wooden bathroom appliances are very fashionable today because wood is an unusual material for a bathroom and it makes the space cozier. This crazy bathroom basin of wood was inspired by map of the streets of central part of London. Why London? Because in England the first industrial products had appeared back in the XVIII century. Water Map sink by Julia Kononenko is like a topographic map where the water flows through the ducts resembling the river channels.

Water Map sink by Julia Kononenko (via alrio.info)

Water Map sink by Julia Kononenko (via alrio.info)

This Queen Stone Sink from Terra Acqua will make your bathroom the crowning jewel of your home. Cut from a single rock, each Miramar sink is unique in its shape and character.

Queen Stone Sink from Terra Acqua (via https:)

Queen Stone Sink from Terra Acqua (via https:)

Wooden sinks, bathtubs and other bathroom pieces are in trend right now, and this “Ninna” washbasin is right one of such fashionable things. It is made from hand turned larch wood by Slow Wood’s master craftsmen. The life and story in this wood is brought to life through Slow Wood’s incredible craftsmanship. No matter what your décor – from modern to traditional – the addition of this functional artwork will raise the standard.

Ninna sink by Slow Wood (via alrio.info)

Ninna sink by Slow Wood (via alrio.info)

If you are a fan of modern style yet looking for something refined and luxurious, these Metamorfosi washbasins are right what you need. From Olympia Ceramica of Italy, the product is, of course, top quality, and comes in five colors and five shapes, so from blue to green to orange – from oval to triangular to rectangular – you’ve got 25 different styles to choose from – there’s an option for every modern bathroom!

colorful sinks by Olympia Ceramica (via alrio.info)

colorful sinks by Olympia Ceramica (via alrio.info)

 



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