Timeless Vessel Sink Designs That Can Reinvent Your Bathroom

When vessel sinks first emerged as a trend they filled a gap which we didn’t even know existed. That’s why they surpassed the trend and became a whole new style, one which is still popular today. Vessel sinks have the advantage of being both practical and good-looking. They’re also easy to install which is always a plus and they’re space-efficient compared to other types.

They’re appreciated for their ability to make a bathroom look clean, elegant and glamorous without reinventing any of the elements we’re already familiar with. Considering everything we just mentioned, let’s now have a look at some of the designs that stand out.

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The Crystal Basin from Bianchini&Capponi has that retro look which can totally transform a bathroom giving it a refined look without compromising on functionality in any way. This vessel sink would make an elegant focal point and would go well with similarly ornate lighting fixtures.

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If the goal is not to have an eye-catching vessel sink but rather a low-key one which can look simple and blend in with the decor without losing its individuality, you might enjoy the UB washbasin from Eto Cheramiche. It fits into the countertop and has a stylish raised rim with rounded edges.

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For those who prefer a simple, unassuming vessel sink in their bathroom the Beton Round from Cipì Ltd. might just be it. It’s a lovely bowl-shaped counter basin with an elephant grey finish which doesn’t really require any special maintenance. It is however important to avoid abrasive cleaners and staining as much as possible.

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The Roll and Monoroll basins resemble coiled pieces of paper and have a very delicate and at the same time eye-catching look. The ribbon-like shape of the ceramic washbasin shows a perfect blend on looks and functionality and comes in several stylish colors.

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The Efi sink was designed in 1990 and you can tell just by looking at it that it has a certain classic, almost timeless appeal. Its elegant and refined lines allow it to look stylish in a variety of different bathroom setups, both traditional and modern. The entire series is actually very versatile.

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If you’re into artsy designs and colorful decors, check out the wonderful and one-of-a-kind vessel sink designs from Domiziani. They’re made of white clay entirely by hand and baked in the oven at 1,000° C. They’re each decorated by hand with all sorts of different motifs and patterns. The floral design featured here has a bohemian look and the blue, white and yellow palette looks lovely.

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As you probably know, vessel sinks come in pretty much any shape you might want. The circular and oval types are the most popular but there are definitely plenty of options to choose from if you’re into something a bit more edgy. How about a square-shaped vessel sink or perhaps one with a totally irregular form? Check out the series offered by Staron to find your match.

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A vessel sink made of wood might sound crazy at first but wait till you see the Laguna Ellipse. It’s a wooden washbasin created using an elaborate process which allows the wood to look beautiful and to preserve its rich and unique appearance indefinitely. The wood veneers are compressed under high pressure and then saturated with resin. This prevents it from splintering and from absorbing water.

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The Silenzio sink is an absolutely unique piece with a sculptural, sinuous form which allows it to become one with the wall. This ability to perfectly blend in gives the sink an almost magical appearance which is beautifully emphasized by the expert use of color and accent lighting.

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There’s also another extraordinary sink design that we really want to share with you today. The Strappo sink blend in perfectly, just like the Silenzio but without relying of a sinuous form. Like its sister design, the Strappo sink can be stuccoed and finished with the same material and color as the wall behind it once it’s installed. This allows it to be perfectly integrated in the wall.