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Vanities and Sinks
You have options more than you may realize. Below you see a brief description of the various styles of vanities and sinks.
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As the name implies, the vanity (and in some cases a sink with no vanity) is mounted on the wall. The image in this post shows a wall mounted vanity with two vessel sinks.
A sink that stands on the floor via a pedestal.
A vessel sink is a sink that sits on top of the vanity. The image with this post shows two vessel sinks.
As the name implies, a framed sink is one where there is a visible frame of some sort around the top of the sink.
The sink is dropped into the opening in the top of the vanity. Drop in sinks always have a lip between the counter top and the sink.
The sink is attached to the underside of the counter top. Under mount sinks do not have a lit between the counter top and the sink, but rather the counter top is flat all the way to the edge of the sink.
A cabinet style vanity is a vanity which is a cabinet. It may sit fully on the floor, it may site on four legs. But no matter the specific configuration, the vanity is a cabinet.
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