11 Concepts for Beautiful Bathrooms With Pedestal Sinks
Pedestal Sinks Are Timeless
As a restroom design statement, pedestal sinks can be incredibly efficient. From classic Victorian to sleek and ultra-modern, pedestal sinks have long been used in smaller bathrooms and powder spaces to save space without stinting visual appeal.
Pedestal sinks are best in small bathrooms, where they open up wall space in areas where a vanity would look too bulky. But they likewise operate in bathrooms where storage area is not an issue, such as guest restrooms and powder spaces.
As revealed here, pedestal sinks can work extremely well in restrooms that have a standard design, with walls covered in subway tile and fixtures with timeless rounded edges.
2 Pedestal Sinks in a Master Bathroom
This lovely master restroom demonstrates how you can combine pedestal sinks and a little cabinet to have storage area AND a more open location. This restroom by Echelon Custom Houses, via Houzz, includes a womanly powder blue (Pleasant by Sherwin-Williams) his and hers sink, with enough open space that this small corner doesn’t seem especially jumbled. Great deals of natural light via the big windows also assists.
A main advantage of the pedestal sink is that it enables you to forego the bulky sink-vanity cabinet.
Cottage-Style Restroom Featuring Pedestal Sink With Legs
This small cottage-style bathroom would look cramped if it wasn’t for the double-legged pedestal sink, which opens plenty of space and makes the bathroom look larger. A basket serves as a storage area for towels and paper.
This restroom by Anne+ Coyle Interiors is all white however not uninteresting, thanks to a variety of textures and a golden-framed mirror.
Marble Bathroom With Pedestal Sink
There’s a lot to love about this womanly restroom, not least of which is the contemporary pedestal sink. With tidy lines and just a couple of decorative functions, this pedestal sink matches the general feel of the room effectively.
This design by Frances Herrera Interior Design, through LifeAsMama, shows you how to make the best of a small area by using great deals of white, clean lines, and understated brushed nickel hardware.
Craftsman Restroom With Big Sink
This roomy restroom, discovered on The Wow Decoration, features a large, double-legged pedestal sink with exposed golden plumbing under, in addition to exposed pipes for the tub.
This bathroom balances the exposed structure of the artisan design and a more traditional decoration by utilizing white, striped paint and classic black and white flooring tile. The baluster-style legs on the sink are consistent with the artisan design.
Master Bath With Corner Sink
Empty corners are generally an excellent place to put a big tub. However in this style by Deep River Partners, via Houzz, a pedestal sink stands there rather, opening lots of space on both sides however still offering the corner a sense of privacy, thanks to the 2 cabinets flanking it. This unusual option works fantastic for making more area, especially if the bathroom has a shower rather than a tub.
Minimal Sink in a Yellow Restroom
This wacky yellow restroom by Martha O’Hara Interiors features a tidy, minimal pedestal sink to balance out the visual punch from the statement-making wallpaper and mirror.
The sink hardware has basic, tidy lines that fit those of the sink perfectly: right angles and curved sides balance each other and bring the modern design to life.
Huge Pedestal in a Quirky Restroom
Pedestal sinks don’t all have to be wispy and very little. This bathroom, found on A Stunning Mess, includes a sturdier-looking pedestal sink with some weight and heft to it. The large pedestal contrasts with the light texture of the shower curtain and the thin window frame, developing a balance of volume in this quirky yet traditional bathroom.
An Artistic Restroom With Ornate Pedestal Sink
While a declaration bathroom may not work for every home, we love this wonderfully imaginative and vibrant bathroom, photographed by Anthony Lindsey, which features a distinct pedestal sink. The timeless birdbath column, the cracked paint, and the copper hardware give this sink a feel that is almost steampunk, although the overall effect here supposedly is “submarine.”.
Modern Tile and Classic Pedestal Sink.
The tile in this surprising bathroom by Laura Tutun Interiors appears like pieces of cut wood, put together like mismatched puzzle pieces. In this area, the traditional pedestal sink stands out, while the long sconce lights essentially vanish against the background.
Shell-Shaped Vintage Pedestal Sink.
The shell-shaped back of this pedestal sink suits the vintage feel of this bathroom completely. Vintage Junky reveals us that vintage does not need to look broken or old; you can blend old and brand-new, such as the mirror and the sink, to keep things personal yet current.