Tag Archives: vessel sink

A & M Bathroom 2012

Vessel sinks are supported by a wall-mounted vanity.This lighted unit offers plenty of storage. It also sets a tone and gives character to the bathroom.
A drop-in tub with head rest was strategically positioned in front of a window to enjoy the green view outside while taking a relaxing bath.
A ledge along the shower wall offers a great alternative to shampoo cubbies.The volume and temperature controls were purposely positioned away from the shower head, to make adjustments before entering the water stream. No glass door was installed as the shower head was placed on the far wall, away from the opening.

B & R Bathroom 2011

A contemporary square bathroom faucet with waterfall spout complements the lines of this vessel sink.
Contrary to popular belief, a large floor and wall tile in a very small space often makes the room look bigger. The color and layout of the tile also play a part in creating the desired optical illusion.
The size of the tile for the shower surround has been reduced, but the style and the layout remain the same.

G J Bathroom 2010

Another example of an ever more popular vessel sink, and a wall mounted fixture. Note how the accent tile compliments the shower surround.
Curved shower rods are becoming more popular, particularly where the space inside the tub area is limited. These types of rods are not spring loaded like the common straight bars. They are secured on the wall with screws through the tile.
This photo speaks for itself. This is what a fancy toilet seat controller can do.

A & M Bathroom 2008

In this modern application, the narrow cabinet was modified to accommodate vessel sinks, and the legs were removed. The faucets were plumbed and installed directly on the wall.
The shower surround was entirely made of 1x2 inch glass tile, including the shampoo cubby insert.
A dual flush toilet with a simple, clean look finished off the room.