Stone can feel strong and timeless. It creates an old-world mood in a home. Recently, an alternative approach to stone has developed for bathrooms that take advantage of some stones’ translucent abilities. Onyx and alabaster allow light to travel through them, providing the opportunity for your countertop or sink to literally shine.
This striking Arizona Wholesale installation demonstrates the potential for using onyx. Lights set under the counter and sink provide a soft glow that warms the space and creates a unique style.
The vessel sink seems as though could be from some ancient archeological dig. The faucet and towel holder stay with that theme with their style and the oil-rubbed bronze finish. Notice also the mirror. The frame matches the other metal pieces in the room, retaining that ancient-days approach.
The cabinets are a simple style in light wood with basic bronze knobs. This keeps the vanity from distracting from the amazing countertop and sink. The special lighting can be connected to the standard bathroom lights so that they come on automatically, or they can have their own switch.
With the increase in vessel sink installations, wall-mounted faucet options are more available. No one wants to put holes in an amazing sink like this one. The sink and faucet together strike a balance of shape and color.
Vessel sinks come in a variety of materials. Some are stone such as this one, but pottery, metal and other materials are also used. If you want a bathroom that stands out from the ordinary, you might consider a vessel sink in a beautiful translucent stone.