Do Bathroom Vanities Come With Sinks?
As bathroom specialists, one of the questions we’re asked frequently is: do bathroom vanities come with sinks. Here, we’ll provide you with the answers.
In this article, we’ll find out whether bathroom vanities come with sinks, and the type of sink you can choose for your bathroom as well as what to consider when choosing your bathroom vanity.
So Do Bathroom Vanities Come With Sinks?
This answer should be a straightforward yes or no but because of the sheer variety of bathroom vanities – particularly if you choose to get your supplies from Builders Discount Warehouse – the answer is a little more complicated.
Most bathroom vanities do come equipped with sinks, so it’s not an extra expense you need to account for in your renovation budget.
However, some bathroom vanities don’t come with sinks, or have the option for ordering the product without a bathroom sink.
In this case, it’s really up to you and your preferences, the style of bathroom vanity or sink you want and the style you’re hoping to achieve with your bathroom renovation.
How Do I Know if My Bathroom Sink Comes Standard with the Vanity?
As we said, most bathroom sinks come standard with the vanity and if it does not, most suppliers or manufacturers make this clear when selling their products.
But, if you’re in doubt, you can always ask our friendly team at Builders Discount Warehouse for advice on options that come equipped with bathroom sinks.
Do Bathroom Sinks Come with Faucets and other Tapware?
Unless it’s a special package deal put together by the supplier for a limited run, bathroom sinks and vanities rarely come equipped with tapware.
This is actually considered a good thing as it allows you to have more choice over the type of tapware you want installed in your bathroom vanity, which we believe will help complete your overall look.
By not coming equipped with its own tapware and fixtures, you also have the ability to save money by choosing pieces that are more in-line with your budget, or adding a touch of luxury if you’ve chosen a more functional vanity.
Do All Vanities Suit All Vanity Sinks?
No. All vanities do not always suit all vanity sinks. Due to plumbing constraints and the construction of the vanity, you may be limited to choosing an in-built sink, as opposed to an undermount sink, or you may opt for a pedestal sink if you’re looking to save space in a cramped bathroom.
What Type of Vanity Sinks are Common?
There are a couple of different options you can choose for your vanity sink, which may influence the type of vanity you choose.
Integrated sinks – or what we’ve called in-built sinks – go inside your vanity cavity. It’s moulded into the vanity unit and usually made from the same material as your countertop.
Undermount sinks have plumbing that is embedded into your vanity, which will sometimes take up space in your unit. You can choose to have it made from the same material as your countertop or opt for something completely different.
Drop-in sinks are similar to undermount sinks in that the majority of the plumbing is hidden within the vanity. The difference is that a drop-in sink will usually have the lip of the vanity showing over your countertop.
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