How To Choose The Right Sink for Your Bathroom
May 16, 2014
Sinks that rely on foot and sinks that are embedded in the cubicle are good solutions when it comes to concealing the pipes, but sink in them is at a certain height, which is lacking if the height of the person who will use the sink is less than or greater average. But the sink which is mounted on the wall can be set at a height that best suits us.
Sinks with foot can be found in a number of styles and sizes and are usually placed at a height of 85 to 90 cm. If you want to set your sink higher, you can set the platform below it.
Wall mounted sinks: This type of sinks save a lot of your space. They can be mounted to a wall or vertical partition that is strong enough to stand the weight of the sink filled with water. Because the free space under the sink, the bathroom will look better, and in this the right place where you can put some extra storage items.
Classic and modern version of sinks are sinks with shelf that are offering a diverse equipment: sink, work surface, shelves, and access to plumbing installation. Sink can be an environment with free surfaces by, or be set aside to release a larger area to delay cosmetic or shaving kit.
When you buying sink you need to choose that one that will fit the space, while leaving plenty of space to allow the bending and washing your face not to hit the wall behind you. When choosing the color of the sink, you should know that the lighter sinks, stains of scale are less visible than darker. In this regard the white color is most appropriate for your sink. If you have sink of natural wood, for preserving the appearance of stains and prevention of scale, need regular lubrication with special oils.