Small-Bathroom Secret: Free Up Space With a Wall-Mounted Sink
Often located in commercial settings, the wall-mounted bathroom sink is slowly but surely emerging in residential applications, and I could not be happier about it. Supported exclusively by the wall, these sinks could be excellent space savers when undersink storage isn’t a requirement. Offered in a range of shapes, sizes and styles, a wall-mounted sink is most appropriate in just about any style of bathroom.
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
Kohler’s Brockway wall-mounted sink adds to the diverse flair of the Toronto bathroom.
Four Brothers LLC
This powder room is only 36 inches wide, therefore the wall-mounted Duravit 1930 series sink is a great space saver.
Kohler’s Gilford wall-mounted sink could be contrasted to a utility sink and looks fetching in this eclectic bohemian bath.
The angular, rectangular Lacava Aquamedia sink is a great contemporary example.
Mabbott Seidel Architecture
With an expansive medicine cupboard and built-in wall storage, a vanity just isn’t necessary here — that the wall-mounted sink does just fine.
Zinc Art + Interiors
The Lacava washbasin adds to the willingness of the Seattle master bath.
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
Pairing the wall-mounted sink bright and shiny plumbing fixtures with classic lighting has been an fantastic way to give this space a story and mix and match plastics.
Not to be taken too seriously, wall-mounted sinks operate wonderfully in children’ quarters.