Over the years, I’ve seen some really creative ideas for bathroom sinks. I love how something so functional and common can be turned into a truly unique design element in a space. It’s such a great statement about the true power of design. It just goes to show you that your imagination is the limit. The sink can easily be a statement piece around which the entire bathroom is inspired, or play an integral part of its overall design story. Here are 10 ideas for bathroom sinks that are refreshing and unconventional.
That turquoise glass box on the counter isn’t a tray – it’s the sink! The look fits perfectly into the contemporary look of this bathroom.
A cow trough was converted into a truly one-of-a-kind sink for this rustic, vintage-filled bathroom.
This marble trough sink extends the entire length of the wall, making for a stunning statement piece.
This trough sink has a more traditional, vintage appeal that suits the unique character of this space.
Mounted concrete sinks look wonderfully old world with brass faucets. Paired with the textured walls and rustic wood floor, it is truly a textural feast.
Having the faucet suspended from the mirror makes it look like it is separate from the sink, which looks handmade and as though it were just place on this table.
Long, glass sinks have a stunning texture and reflective quality that looks upscale in this contemporary bathroom.
It looks as though the walls were built right around this stone slab, where a sink was carved out by hand.
Vintage sinks with brass finishes are eye-catching as they emerge from the walls, fitting well into the chic, coastal-industrial look of this bathroom.
A vintage 7up beverage cooler was re-purposed into a truly unique sink that’s also a piece of art and history.
Which of these bathroom sinks would you love to include in your own home?