New Sink On The Block
A Mounting Type With Space To Spare
If your bath doesn’t have much room and you’d like to maximize storage space wherever possible, you should consider installing a semi-recessed sink. This installation type sits at the front of your cabinet and countertop, leaving more room for storing items like cleaning products and toiletries. This mounting type also offers another benefit – because you can get closer to the sink and faucet without having a stretch of countertop or cabinet in your way, this is a great option for bathrooms that are used by small children and older adults.
A Perfect Pairing
To create a striking design element that goes well with a variety of bathroom décor styles, install a wall mount or vessel faucet with your semi-recessed sink, and get ready to hear a lot of compliments!
Semi-recessed installation allows for more stability when you mount your sink basin. Because the sink does not rest on top of the counter, but rather rests in a countertop cutout hole, it will not rock or wobble even if it has a curved base.