Whether you need a bathroom sink for a small family bathroom, an en-suite or a cloakroom bathroom, choosing a small, space saving sink can be a great option. Not only can this help reduce floor space in tight bathrooms, it can also help to make more effective use of the small amount of space available. But what are the different options for small bathroom sinks? And how can you be sure to make the right choice for your space? Well, here at RWM Plumbing and Gas, we are bathroom installation specialists. And this is our guide to everything you should know about the different small sink choices for your small or compact bathroom.
What are the different options for small bathroom sinks?
There are a number of different options available when it comes to small or slimline bathroom sinks. These include:
- Slimline corner sinks- fitting into the corner of any small bathroom, these sinks are designed specifically to save space and can be very effective in any type of mall bathroom. These are typically a wall hung sink that fills the corner gap between two walls with a rounded or a square front edge.
- Small wall hung sinks- wall hung sinks in general tend to take up less space as these do not have a pedestal or cupboard underneath taking up additional floor space. But a small wall hung sink is built to be slimline, rectangular in shape, only protruding a few inches from the wall, and typically with just one small mixer tap. These are most commonly used in en-suite and cloak room bathrooms.
- Small vanity sink units- if you have a little bit more floor space, you could opt for a small vanity sink unit. Like the wall hung sink, this will only be a small, narrow rectangular shape, with a narrow cupboard space underneath. This can provide beneficial storage space too.
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