Statement Bathroom Sinks


Statement bathroom sinks are having a moment in the world of bathroom trends. Banish the plain-looking basin and try a bold sink instead. Here are a few current statement sinking trending. From bold colors to raw materials, there’s sure to be a unique piece for every deserving bathroom.


Asian inspiration

A look of spa-like luxury, the Asian inspo sink is still incredibly popular. Asian-inspired sinks tend to steer towards a minimalist look with clean lines and natural colors.  A vessel sink is a must but not in porcelain. Try leaning towards darker shades. If the Asian-inspired sink is for you look at these pictures for inspiration.

Bold colors

Adding a bold color sink or pipe can draw a fun focus to the room in a unique way. By focusing on a colored pipe rather than a sink, you can save on costs while still adding an element of fun to your bathroom. Some fun colors being used are bright yellows, oranges, and pinks against a neutral backdrop. It may sound a bit risky but take a look at some inspiration bathrooms are blend a color pop seamlessly. 


Nature, nature, nature

Using raw and natural materials is incredibly popular through interior design trends, the sink is no different. Natural shapes are still very popular too rather than an asymmetrical bowl. If the natural, raw, ‘it came this way’ look is for you, why not try a statement stone or wood sink?


Exposed pipes

Continuing a minimalist feel, by exposing the pipes there are many ways to create a statement piece sink. Exposing the pipes with a deep sink gives a feel of old school-chic. Here are some different types of exposed pipes that go with many different styles.


Going for a bronze or copper-colored sink creates a warm focal piece in your bathroom. These shades pair very well with whites and neutrals that are often seen in bathrooms. 


Why not try a statement sink and give the shower a run for its money! 

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The article was written by Christine Fay Smith

“Christine is a freelance lifestyle writer. She focuses on interior and hospitality design. Graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Christine has embraced her knowledge of the visual world. She mixes this with passion for culture and the exploration of visual experiences.”She enjoys keeping up with the latest culinary trends