From upgrading your bathroom to better fit your personal taste to getting your home ready to sell, making even small changes to your shower, tub, toilet and sink can yield significant returns. According to HGTV, remodels in kitchens and bathrooms can often return more than 100% of their cost when it comes time to sell a home. The reason being that these are the two rooms where people spend most of their time, so whether you’re selling or staying, you want a bathroom that is functional and attractive. One of the easiest upgrades to make is replacing your sink.
A new sink can help the function of the bathroom by replacing an outdated or broken sink and it can also drastically improve the look of your bathroom. The three sinks we’ve included in our list are not only easy to install and versatile in their design, but they also add to the decor and overall feel of the bathroom.
All three sinks on our list are above counter sinks, which make installation much more manageable than sunken sinks, which must be purchased with a vanity that has either been cut to fit the sink or has to be cut by a professional. If upgrading your bathroom is at the top of your list right next to staying on budget, check out our top picks for bathroom sinks below.
1. KINGO HOME Above Counter White Porcelain Ceramic Bathroom Vessel Sink
For a style that is elegant and timeless, we like the KINGO HOME Above Counter White Porcelain Ceramic Bathroom Vessel Sink. The durable and scratch-resistant sink is made from non-porous glossy ceramic and has a center drain location for optimal draining capability.
Pros: The sink is easy to install and perfect for those looking for a basin with a large capacity, as the sink measures 5.5” high.
Cons: Both the pop up drain and faucet must be purchased separately.
2. Aquaterior Tempered Glass Vessel Sink
For a sink that doubles as a stunning new piece of décor, we recommend the Aquaterior Tempered Glass Vessel Sink. The sleek and contemporary sink looks like a piece of art thanks to its bronze tempered glass construction.
Pros: The Aquaterior is a twist on the standard white sink option and has a large capacity, measuring 16.5″ wide and 5.75″ high.
Cons: The Aquaterior does not have an overflow and choices for a matching drain and faucet are more limited because of the sink’s color compared to traditional white sinks.
3. VCCUCINE Rectangle Above Counter Porcelain Ceramic Bathroom Sink
For large bathrooms that can fit a substantial sink, we recommend the VCCUCINE Rectangle Above Counter Porcelain Ceramic Bathroom Sink. The oversized sink has a European design and a versatile look that works well with almost any style of faucet and pop-up drain.
Pros: The VCCUCINE is made with premium quality ceramic construction that is finished with a beautiful crystalline glaze that makes it easy to clean.
Cons: Measuring 18.90″ (Length) x 14.57″ (Width) x 5.12″ (Height), the VCCUCINE is the largest and heaviest (26.6 pounds) sink on our list and is only appropriate for large vanities.