Space saving bathroom sink
For those living in small houses or apartments, space is everything. Since it is so limited, it is best to make the most of it. After all, you have to make due with what you have. It is even more of a challenge when it comes to closets and bathrooms. You might feel as though you have to cram as much as possible to into such small places.
Bathroom sinks tend to be one of the most crowded sections of your bathroom, as you put your toothbrushes and toothpaste, your facial cleansers and moisturizers and other toiletries there. It is best to condense the size of the space and make the most of cabinets, if possible.
Space-Saving Small Bathroom Sink
If you are able to, you should consider investing in a smaller sink. Sinks tend to be the bulkiest and more space consuming item in your bathroom. Therefore, it is recommended that you get a single-hole sink. They also recommend having a wall-mounted or pedestal sink. Most importantly, it is better to get shelves that can fit easily into the corner of your bathroom, as to preserve space and avoid cluttering your sink.
If you feel so inclined, you can install your own space saving bathroom sink, assuming you have the time. Luckily for the everyday man, leading home improvement store Lowe’s provided a step-by-step guide to installing your own sink. It is key that you turn off your water supply in that bathroom while you are installing the sink. After you cut the sealant from your old sink, you can rearrange the plumbing to match the new sink.
From there, make the proper measurements and markings to properly align your sink to the wall. Make sure to secure the support board.Repair the wall surface, then measure the wall to ensure that the sink will be leveled. Drill three holes where the sink’s anchor holes will be placed.The last step is to install the hanger bolts to the wall and mount the sink, making sure the sink is secure. Your new sink will give an aura of elegance to your sink, if that is the goal in mind.
Think carefully about how you downsize your bathroom and consider if you or a professional should install a wall-mounting sink. If possible, visit your local home improvement store for consultation. It would not hurt to watch a home improvement show to generate ideas on the process goes. Most of all, however, with proper research and care, you will be on your way to a brand new bathroom!
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