Pedestal Sinks Capture a Bygone Era
If you’re renovating the bathroom and space is an issue, you
can’t beat the timeless beauty of a pedestal sink. What’s old is new again.
Pedestal sinks have been around for over a hundred years. They add some old-time
sophistication to the bathroom, reckoning back to when it was referred to
as the “powder room.”
The basic idea with a pedestal sink is rather simplistic. It
consists of a ceramic bowl placed on top of a ceramic pedestal. Mix in some
modern plumbing and you’re set.
People are drawn to this simple, yet stylish bathroom sink
because it is so different. With essentially one leg to stand on it reminds us
of an era long gone, a time warp if you will. Pedestals are a very practical
alternative to larger space eating vanities. They fit into cramped
spaces, which helps you save room.
Choosing a modern pedestal may require a great deal of
research. The pedestal styles have changed from their more traditional look.
Plus, you don’t want to go through the hassle of exchanging it. So make sure to
investigate all of your pedestal options before buying. When you’re ready to
install, have a
professional do it. Or you can use
this step-by-step installation tutorial from easy2diy.com.
If you’re renovating the bathroom and want to maximize your space, you can’t beat the timeless beauty of a pedestal sink. Just be wary of the lack of storage space and complicated installation. Here is some more information.
The cost of a pedestal sink depends on a few key factors: manufacturer, style, and materials used. You can spend as little as $100 to over $1,500, depending on your preference. Installation is a very complicated process though, so it’s recommended that you get in touch with a bathroom contractor for more information.
The durability of a pedestal sink depends primarily on the manufacturer and quality of installation. Generally, they should last the lifetime of your home.
HistoryThe first pedestal sink was constructed from enameled cast iron, but by 1915, they were most commonly made from vitreous china. They are still a very popular choice for half-baths today.
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