Looking for Bathroom Sinks?

Like so many fixtures, bathroom sinks now offer you many choices. From a basic china oval, to a stunning granite vanity top sink, to a colorful contemporary vessel or freeform basin, you'll find them all at Frank Webb Homes. In our slide show you will see a small sample of the wide range of bathroom sinks you will find in our showrooms.

Take a look at our slide show to see a representative sample of the hundreds of stunning styles we carry.

Would you like to explore further?
When you're ready to take the next step, a visit to Frank Webb Home will answer all your questions. We have dozens of bathroom sinks on display, and if you don't see exactly what you envision, our experienced consultants can help you locate the products that are perfect for you. Select a showroom near you and stop by, or make an appointment to ensure that a showroom consultant is available to discuss your project when you come in.

We only carry the best bathroom sinks so we can stand behind the quality.

American Standard
Axor
Barclay Products
DecoLav
Duravit
DXV
Elkay
Indikoi Sinks
Maidstone
MTI
Native Trails
Thompson Traders
TOTO
Vanico Maronyx
Villeroy & Boch
WETSTYLE
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Which Bathroom Sinks are Right for You?

Unlike the three relatively simple kitchen sink styles, bathroom sinks come in a variety of configurations that can seem confusing. However, terminology for these different types of sinks is fairly standard. Here are the ABC's of bathroom sinks along with some quick notes on pros/cons:

Drop in sinks: Also called "self-rimming", these sinks are the most common type – although other styles are gaining on this standard. They have a finished edge or rim that rests on a countertop. They are often most economical, available in many colors, sizes and price points, and are easy to replace as well as install.

Undermount sinks: Like undermount kitchen sinks, these sinks are set beneath the countertop. They present a smooth look and are easy to clean around due to the absence of a lip above the counter.

Pedestal sinks: These sinks consist of two pieces, a basin and a pedestal. They can do a great job reinforcing your décor style, but they don't offer storage so they are best suited to a guest bath or large bath with a lot of cabinet space or shelving. It's easy to clean around the base of these sinks, and they make a small bathroom seem larger by maximizing floor space.

Above counter sinks: Above counter sinks may be shallow round basins, ovals, rectangles, the popular vessel sinks, or irregular shapes that sit completely or partially above the counter. They can be installed on a shelf, countertop or almost any type of base. These designer sinks can serve as a focal point for a stylish bath.

Vanity top sinks: Just as the name suggests, these are seamless one-piece vanity tops that include an integrated sink. Vanity top sinks are usually installed on top of a vanity or console base. Available in many colors and materials, they are easy to install and clean.

Wall mount sinks: We are seeing a number of lovely new wall mount designs, and we attribute their growth in popularity to several reasons. They offer a sleek modern look; make a small bath look bigger; make cleaning the floor easy; and – most important – most wall mount sinks are ADA approved, providing accessibility for wheelchair and walker users.

Wondering how to choose bathroom sinks that suit your taste, budget and lifestyle? Visit or call your nearest Frank Webb Home today.