One of the hottest trends in home décor right now is the concrete sink, which can be implemented in either a bathroom or a kitchen. Concrete can be molded into any shape and can be dyed any color, so complete customization is achieved. This is much different that choosing a standard, factory-made sink of ceramic or stainless steel. Furthermore, the concrete doesn’t have to be limited just to the sink – it can be a seamless continuation of a concrete vanity or countertop.
Concrete as a building material allows you to have full control of your sink design. This even includes where you have your sink created – you can have it poured onsite or at the decorative concrete professional’s shop. Bottom line: Concrete sinks enable you to create whatever you want; custom crafted is the way to go if you’re not a fan of ordinary looking sinks.
Types of Concrete Sinks:
This type of sink is typically in the shape of a bowl and sits on top of a vanity or countertop. Faucet fixtures will be above the bowl.
This is the seamless type of concrete sink. An integral sink is literally designed within a countertop or vanity.
Relatively new to the bathroom design world, a pedestal sink is just what it sounds like: it’s a concrete sink that sits on top of a pedestal.
If you are in the Wayzata, Minnetonka, or Lake Prior area of Minnesota and looking to have a concrete sink created and implemented into your kitchen or bathroom, It’s Concrete is experienced in both design and concrete installation.
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