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Types of Bathroom Sinks

Cast Iron
Cast Iron

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Console Sinks
Console Sinks

The console sink features an elegant vitreous china The console sink features an elegant vitreous china construction that is stain-resistant easy to clean and germ-resistant. This bathroom sink features traditional styling offering a classic touch to your bathroom decor. The sink offers your choice of faucet hole sizes from single to 4 in. or 8 in.

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Double Bowl
Double Bowl

At Vintage Tub & Bath, we have a large selection of Double Bowl Vanities including both Vintage and Modern Bathroom Vanity Sinks. Free Shipping on Orders over $50!

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Farmhouse (Apron Front)
Farmhouse (Apron Front)

Online shopping for Tools & Home Improvement from a great selection of Vessel Sinks, Vanity Sink Tops, Pedestal Sinks, Console Sinks, Bathroom Sinks & more at everyday low prices.

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Fireclay
Fireclay

Sink Material: Fireclay Distinctive Features: Fireclay is created when clay and glaze fuse together after being fired at very high temperatures (around 1600 degrees, as opposed to the 1200 degrees used to fire enameled cast iron).

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Granite Composite
Granite Composite

A composite granite sink is an engineered product manufactured using a mix of granite stone dust and acrylic resins molded into sink form. Composite sinks composed of quartz dust and acrylic resins are close cousins and the labels "composite stone " and "granite sink" are sometimes used interchangeably to describe either material.

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Pedestal Sinks
Pedestal Sinks

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Self Rimming Sinks
Self Rimming Sinks

Today, at least in my realm of work, all drop-in sinks are referred to as "self-rimming". Their counterpart is the undermount sink. Installed from below. Or apron-front sinks, which are farmhouse style sinks. Vessel sinks, some trades-folk refer to vessels as surface-mounted sinks. But overall you are correct.

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Single Bowl
Single Bowl

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Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel Bathroom and Lavatory Sinks. Stainless steel is being used more in Bathroom and Lavatory design. In modern bathroom design, stainless is often used to reinforce a clean, minimal design spirit. The trend towards mixed-materials is also bringing stainless-steel into the bath, where it is being juxtaposed with timber, concrete, and traditional Bath and Lavatory materials.

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Top Mount
Top Mount

Trust us, all sinks are not alike. When homeowners remodel, they generally voice two main concerns: appearance and usability. So, before choosing a sink for your kitchen or bathroom, consider the differences between top-mount and under-mount sinks… A top-mount sink is installed on top of a countertop.

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Undermount Sinks
Undermount Sinks

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Vanity Bathroom Tops
Vanity Bathroom Tops

1-24 of over 1,000 results for Tools & Home Improvement: Kitchen & Bath Fixtures: Bathroom Fixtures: Bathroom Sinks: Vanity Sink Tops: ... "bathroom vanity tops"

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Vessel Sinks
Vessel Sinks

KOHLER bathroom sinks selection helps you create a bathroom you like. Whether you are swapping out your sink or doing a complete remodel, we got a solution.

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Wall Hung Sinks
Wall Hung Sinks

Shop our selection of Wall Mount Sinks in the Bath Department at The Home Depot.

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