A pedestal sink can be the focal point of the bathroom. The sink is an important element of the interior of every bathroom not only for its functions but for the significant decorative value. A pedestal sink successfully combines several features – it is convenient to use, looks impressive and in small bathrooms it saves precious space.
Pedestal sink ideas for large and small bathrooms
Pedestal sinks can be installed in large bathrooms and there is no need to worry about space availability. Large space allows the homeowner or the designer to focus on designs which are impressive and will immediately attract the attention with exquisite forms. In small bathrooms, however, pedestals sinks allow flexible use of space and can be a decoration too. Nowadays designs come in a wide variety of styles and materials. The most common pedestal sink design is the iconic white porcelain pedestal sink. Of course nowadays you can find rounded versions of the traditional rectangular shape or creative and artistic designs which strike with creativity.
Pros and cons of pedestal sinks
A pedestal sink is space saving and leave space for other bathroom accessories while large vanities might give an impression of clutter. Elegance and attractive appearance is another advantage of pedestal sinks. They give you the option to show all the elements of the interior, like beautiful flooring or wall tiles, instead of hiding them. On the other hand, if you look at the cons, you might say that they are not very practical as there is no counter space. If you wished to remove a pedestal sink, it is very likely that you will have serious marks on the floor and wall as a consequence of the installation. It is up to the homeowner to decide how his bathroom will look and we have collected some examples to show you the elegant beauty of traditional and modern pedestal sinks.
Elegant bathroom in blue and white
Exquisite rounded ceramic sink with ornate pedestal