Substance Meets Style
A Striking Look With Trendy Style
An essential component of a stunning bathroom centerpiece, the elegant vessel sink becomes a focal point for any décor. Glass vessels are a contemporary trend in bathroom design and have become a fashion statement all their own. If you want to modernize your master bath or powder room, this sink style is the way to go. And with a huge variety of colors and patterns available, there are endless options for creating the bathroom style upgrade of your dreams. It’s easy, too – with standard-size plumbing hole dimensions, you can change the whole aesthetic of your décor by simply swapping out your sink for a different vessel rather than having to update the entire vanity.
Tempered For Your Safety
Kraus glass sinks are made from tempered glass, which is made stronger using a special thermal method (being treated with extremely high heat and then quickly cooled). The resulting tempered glass is significantly more robust than regular glass, which is why it’s commonly used in sinks and bathroom countertops. Very hot water can damage standard glass, which is absolutely not the case with the tempered material.
Easy To Clean
The sleek surface of tempered glass is exceptionally smooth and completely impervious to water. Since it is non-porous, there are no cracks or crevices or cracks for dirt and grime to penetrate. Maintaining a clean and pristine sink is made ultra-easy: Simply wipe off the wet surface with a clean, dry cloth or towel and voila – sparkling clean!
The Best Bathroom Sink Ideas
The best bathroom remodel ideas can sometimes be the easiest ones. Small updates can make a huge impact without too much effort and without the remodeling cost of hiring a contractor or installer. Accessories like toilet paper holders and towel bars can replace dated fixtures to spruce up your bathroom space in minutes. Even switching up the color scheme of your bathroom can happen fairly quickly – simply add accents in your favorite color or finish, and see the whole room transform. Eye-catching and easy to install, vessel sinks are a great way to refresh the look and feel of your bathroom design in mere minutes. So go ahead and add a pop of color or a touch of shimmer with translucent glass. Your beautiful bathroom awaits!
Color Your World
A touch of color could be just what you need to freshen up your bathroom style. Made from beautiful and durable tempered glass, Kraus sinks are available in a dazzling array of colors, as well as clear and frosted, to suit any style of décor for your best bathroom ideas. The smooth, polished glass surface is easy to clean, making it easy to maintain the look you love. Explore our superb selection of color options, patterns, and textures.
Accessorize With Style
Although mounting rings are not always required when you are installing a vessel sink, most glass vessel sinks with a round or curved base must be installed with a mounting ring to ensure that the bowl sits in a stable manner on the countertop. If you choose a glass sink that is clear (transparent), translucent, or semi-translucent, the mounting ring might be visible through the sink material, so it is doubly important for it to look good to tie the whole look together. In addition, this type of sink will require a pop-up drain that works without overflow drain holes. Luckily, Kraus offers mounting rings and premium pop-up drains in an array of flawless finishes that can be curated to complement or contrast with bathroom fixtures like faucets and hardware – creating a beautiful, highly customizable, and unique look that you are sure to love.
How High Should Your Vanity Be?
To answer the question of how high to install your bathroom vanity, you will first need to consider the people that will be using the sink. You’ll also have to consider the mounting type: A top-mounted sink can add six or more inches to the overall height of the vanity. A semi-recessed sink will add less height than a topmount. Most standard vanities used with undermount sinks are from 31 to 36 inches tall. NKBA-recommended vanity countertop height is between 32 to 43 inches; the ADA requires total vanity height to be between 29 to 34 inches.