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A guest bathroom or power room is well-suited for these sinks. You’ll be able express your style while impressing your neighbors, friends and family. And who doesn’t like to be respected for their exquisite taste? Most importantly, there will be less traffic and less worry.
If you have a large family, a family with young children or one bathroom and want look of these glass sinks but realize that glass might not be best option, then consider a porcelain or copper vessel sink.
4. Know your budget Prices can start as low as $50 to as high as $10,000. There could be many reasons for difference in pricing. Glass sinks can be factory made or custom made, blown glass or fused glass, single layer or double layered glass.
Custom made and/or blown glass sinks are more expensive due to time and expertise involved in creating them. With custom made sinks, you’ll communicate one-on-one with artist of your sink and you’ll receive expert knowledge about its creation and special maintenance requirements. The best part: no one else will ever have a sink exactly like yours. This comes with an upscale price of $1,000 or more.
Consider sink’s quality. Whether quality, customer service or knowledge, sometimes you get what you pay for. Be careful of sinks that start at rock bottom prices. They sometimes come without warranties, sellers are not knowledgeable about sinks and they’re simply quantity discounters and have nothing more to offer than just a low price.
Buying a glass sink is simple when you plan properly and know your limitations. With these 4 Rules, you'll be 4 steps closer to establishing bath of your dreams and needs.
Valerie Mason is a home renovation enthusiastic, and she excitedly shares her knowledge and passion about glass sinks at her website http://glassvesselsink.com. To find out the #1 reason for glass sink breakage and how to prevent your vanity sink from making you sick, go to http://glassvesselsink.com.