Choosing Vessel Sinks and Faucets to Fit Your Bathroom Vanity

Choosing Vessel Sinks and Faucets to Fit Your Bathroom Vanity


Julia>>Hi there, my name is Julia. I’m with UniqueVanities.com. In today’s video I wanted to talk about
how to choose a vessel sink and faucet to go together if that is the style that you’re
looking for. In your ideal world, what you would do is
you would first select your sink and your faucet before you would necessarily decide
on your counter top because this way you can have a counter top drilled custom for whatever
faucet/sink combination that you go with. Now in this particular situation what I’m
showing you is a pre-fabricated base vanity with a counter top that has already been drilled
specifically for a vessel sink and faucet. This works well for a lot of people that are
just looking for something standard. They’re not really looking for anything
special or unique. In this particular vessel sink is a standard
16 inch diameter, temper glass vessel sink and it is drilled for the faucet. The faucet hole is off to the left hand side. If for whatever reason this left hand side
didn’t work for you this entire cabinet would not work for you and so therefore if
you can choose these two first then you can make your entire unit work together because
this can be customized to drill for this. A couple of things to take into consideration. Once you have your sink you’re going to
need to look at what the faucet height and also what the spout length is because this
will determine how much of a splash effect that you can get when the two are matched
together. Again, if it’s custom and you’re able
to have your whole drilled, you can move the faucet forward or backward to help determine
what that splash effect is going to be. I absolutely love vessel sinks, I actually
have one in my home myself. It is a smaller item and we really had to
play with it until it was configured perfectly to reduce some of the splash effect because
that is one of the disadvantages to vessel sinks, is they do tend to splash water a little
bit, but they are beautiful. It’s really most ideal to be used in a parlor
bath. Something that’s not necessarily going to
get a lot of daily use, but I have seen them in master baths also. If you have any questions about picking the
right vessel sink, faucet combination feel free to give us a call anytime at 866-526-1843
or you can always visit us online at UniqueVanities.com.

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