5 Bathroom Sink Trends You’ll See In 2020

These bathroom sink trends will inspire you to update your bathroom ASAP.

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The Hausera Editorial Team

Your sink is one of the most important aspects of your bathroom. The right material can draw the eye and work as the focal point of the entire room. Even if you want your sink to blend in seamlessly with the rest of the decor, you still need to make sure it functions properly and fits your family’s needs. If you’re in the process of remodeling, you should keep in mind these bathroom sink trends you’re going to see popping up everywhere in 2020:

Wall Mounted Faucets And Sinks

Wall-mounted faucets and sinks are perfect for small bathrooms without much empty space. Since these sinks and faucets are mounted to the wall instead of being installed in a counter, they will create space and stop the room from appearing cluttered. This is a great option for wheelchair accessible households because there is much more room to maneuver.

Not only are wall mount sinks sleek, stylish, and functional, but they also make cleaning easier. Since the bathroom tile is exposed, you won’t have to sweep or mop around obstacles. The sink itself will also be easy to keep clean because you’ll be able to reach the top, bottom, and sides. You’ll be able to stop bacteria from building up so your whole bathroom stays fresh and clean. 

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Stainless Steel Sinks

Stainless steel sinks are the perfect addition to any bathroom because they go well with almost anything. They will match any color countertop and any faucet, so you won’t have to renovate the rest of the area if you’re only interested in swapping out the sink.

One of the best things about stainless steel is its durability. The material is going to last a long time because it doesn’t rust, crack, or get scratched. You won’t have to worry about it aging prematurely, and as long as you clean the basin regularly to get rid of water spots, it will continue to look brand new for years.

Another advantage of purchasing a stainless steel sink is its low price. This material is much more affordable than other options, like stone, copper, and fireclay, which can become pricy. If you want an affordable, durable product that is going to survive wear and tear, then stainless steel is going to give you the most for your money.

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Wall-Mounted Farmhouse Style Sinks

A farmhouse sink is a drop-in sink with an exposed, front-facing side. The basin is quite large, which allows you to store water so you can easily wash laundry or young children. If you’re interested in a farmhouse sink, but don’t have enough room for a vanity, you can consider installing a wall-mount.

Wall-mounted farmhouse style sinks look like something you might see in a restaurant or a bar. They will help you create a bathroom with a bold, unique style. Although you could make this style work in any home, it will look best in a transitional bathroom because it merges two styles together. The farmhouse style is more traditional while the floating look of the wall-mounted sink is more modern. It’s a seamless way to mix designs.

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Small Pedestal Sinks

A pedestal sink is a simplistic style of sink that only contains the basin. They work well in small bathrooms and powder rooms because they don’t take up much space. The only downside is, unlike a vanity sink, they don’t come with any countertop space or lower storage space.

Of course, you can make up for the lack of storage by placing a basket on top of your toilet tank or hanging shelves on empty wall space. That way, you will still have a place to store your belongings without making the room appear tight and cluttered.

Pedestal sinks work well with any style of a small bathroom because they can be constructed from a variety of materials, from fireclay to marble to ceramic. They can match any room perfectly.

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Trough Sinks

Trough sinks are elongated, single basin sinks with two or more faucets so they can accommodate two or more people. These sinks can be oval or rectangular, and they can be wall-mounted or installed in a vanity.

These sinks were inspired by troughs used for farm animals, which have long, narrow vessels filled with water. Animal troughs were originally carved from wood or stone, but these sinks can be made out of enamel, cast iron, concrete, porcelain, stone, or metal. 

One of the biggest advantages of buying a trough sink is that they’re much more hygienic than other sinks. They don’t have as many seams and crevices, which makes them easy to clean and less likely to build up bacteria.

Trough sinks are perfect his and hers sinks if you live with a spouse or even a roommate. With this sink, you’ll be able to get ready together, side-by-side, without arguing over whose turn it is to brush their teeth. Since the sink is so long, you’ll also have a section of the counter to yourself, so you can place all of your beauty and hygiene products on one side while they place all of their items on the other side. It’s a good way to help you maintain your personal space.

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you’re in the process of remodeling your home, you should keep these sink trends in mind. They’re going to be extremely popular in 2020, so if you want to be one of the first households to showcase them, then you should start updating your bathroom now.