The traditional rules for choosing bathroom fixtures say that your sink, toilet and tub should be in the same color family and fashioned from the same or similar materials. With vessel sinks, those rules no longer apply. You want your vessel sink to coordinate with the other fixtures in the room, certainly, but you don’t need to match them. Keep in mind that a sink‘s overall look depends in large part on the faucet you choose for it. Today, you can find a vessel sink – essentially a free-standing sink that sits directly on the counter top or furniture on which it is mounted – made of cast iron, glass, natural stone such as marble, decorated vitreous china and even in select materials such as stainless steel and bronze.
The sink we are showing you today is made of ceramic, white in color and the interior is painted orange. The orange adds the exotic touch to the bathroom. It is directly fixed on the wall and does not require a counter or any furniture to stand on. Bathroom sink faucet options are limitless, and choosing one can be overwhelming. There are lot of different factors to consider, and every house has different needs. The faucet of the provided sink is standard, nothing unique compared to the splashed orange interior of the sink.
The floor of the shower cabin in the bathroom is also decorated with the splashed orange effect. This particular sink can be used for both home and public bathrooms depending on how you want to design and decorate the rest of the room. Apart from orange, other exotic colors you can use for the sink design are neon colors, light green, dark red and many, many more. Some restrooms feature “automatic sinks”, which use a motion-sensing valve to detect the user’s hands moving beneath the tap. They then turn the water on automatically for your sink.