To create the most cohesive and elegant décor in your master bath or guest bathroom, the homeowner should know how to choose a bathroom copper sink. Our clients are often lost when trying to choose among the available options and they prefer to contact professionals to make this decision for them. However, the truth is that selecting the ideal custom-made copper appliance is not that scary once you know what you are looking for. Therefore, before you choose your new bathroom copper sink, check out this post that without a doubt will help you to n narrow down the search.
The first step in finding the perfect copper sink for any style of bathroom is to determine which room you will be renovating. Is it a master bathroom, a kid’s bath, or perhaps a powder room? Each of those spaces needs to be considered in terms of the size of the room, how many main users they will have and what would be the most suitable installation type as well as the shape of the washbasin. The first two options in the case of our hand-hammered copper sinks are the way they can be mounted. Undermount copper sinks sit underneath the counter. The rim of the sink is fixed to the underside of the countertop which offers a very clean look to the vanity. It is a great way to install sinks in small spaces as well as in a family bathroom where every inch of the countertop is worth saving. If you order a customized copper sink with a fancy rim, you want, on the contrary, to show off the whole sink as much as possible. In that case, you should consider a drop-in copper sink that sits on top of the counter. Top-mount sinks are suitable for most countertop materials, including wood and laminate, as the space cut on the surface is covered by the sink and therefore doesn’t risk being damaged by water.
Lastly, choose from oval, round, and rectangular-shaped copper sinks. The decision should be based not only on your personal preferences and aesthetics but also on how much space you have in the bathroom, what kind of bathroom vanity you have and how many people will use it on daily basis. A round copper washbasin fits into small spaces that are not used so often such as guest bathrooms. Rectangular copper sinks work greatly with double bathroom vanities and the oval ones are the most versatile of them all. Hopefully, now you are feeling much more confident about your future purchase of a custom-made copper sink.