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Nine Creative Sinks to Add Flair Your Bathroom

Instantly add intrigue to an otherwise boring bathroom with these extraordinary sinks - if nothing else, they make a great conversation piece

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REW.ca
May 31, 2016






With the help of a goldfish, this sink reminds its user to be mindful of how much water they use. Don't worry though, the fish is not in any real danger as the little guy has a separate water chamber
Source: Good
Celebrate Bike to Work week with this charming bicycle upcycle
Source: Rustik
This super-cool sink was made as a tribute to England, as the wood basin follows the pattern of the streets in Central London
Source: Kononenko
This sink is mounted above the toilet and when flushed, the water runs through the sink before draining down to the tank to conserve water
Source: Home Designing
This bathroom plays with the use of continuous lines and connects the sink and bath together
Source: Home Designing
The solid larch covers of the sink, toilet and shower tray seamlessly tie the entire bathroom together with warmth and simplicity
Source: Home Designing
This wall sink dubbed "Wing'" looks like it's about to take flight and, aside from its striking looks, doubles in functionality as a vanity shelf and light
Source: Home Designing
Seeming to be hanging precariously in mid-air, the designer of this sink certainly thought outside the box
Source: Home Designing
This etched glass base instantly classes up any bathroom with a beautiful light pattern cast over the vanity
Source: Home Designing

Joanne Yen is the multimedia marketing designer at REW.ca and Real Estate Weekly newspaper. She has a background in graphic design, event marketing and video production.
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