The housing industry is changing. If you haven't been watching, you might be surprised by the number of new products coming on the market … to entice us to update our kitchens, bathrooms and more. That's because we're not moving like we used to, so we're remodeling. Bathrooms are getting bigger and fancier, and here are some really unique bathroom sinks that will simply amaze you.
Outdoor Waterfalls In a Bathroom – Why Not?
With a lot of focus on creating traditional rooms outdoors, like outdoor kitchens … it seems appropriate that we bring some of our favorite outdoor features indoors. When I found this incredible waterfall sink, I just stopped and stared at it. It's simple and yet, there's something special and I'm curious how the sound of the water hitting the stones differs from a sink with a flat bottom.
Now you might be wondering like I am, if the waterfall acts as your faucet, then it has to be clean water. It would be wasteful to run the water all the time … but then you're not going to get that visual effect, or the sound of the water splashing. You see most waterfalls and similar water features recycle the water to avoid this waste.
So I'm going to explore this question further as this type of waterfall sink might be perfect in my new home. I have seen where this type of water (called grey water) is used for flushing the toilet but that requires the sink and toilet to be connected and that might be a challenge.
More Unique Bathroom Sinks
In fact many unique bathroom sinks start with an innovative faucet, and many of them are also using waterfall inspired designs … as shown here but there are hundreds of designs so be sure to check out Pinterest.
And another simple change you might not have noticed in bathroom design, is that many new faucets are on the wall in contrast to popping up from the vanity countertop. Here is one example from TheGadgetFlow.com (don't you love the name).
With all things waterfall, then of course we had to share this sink in the shape of a waterfall like this beautiful sink from GlassWorksInc.com.