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Thoughts on modern sloped sink?

Posted by sun2007 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 3, 13 at 13:00

Does anyone have a sloped sink like below?

Thoughts? Pros / Cons? I know nothing about them, except they look cool :)


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RE: Thoughts on modern sloped sink?

Well I wonder how you would plunge it if it got stopped up. Very nice looking though.


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RE: Thoughts on modern sloped sink?

I love it. I guess you wouldn't be able to fill it to wash your face, though.


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I like the look but I'd be afraid it would swallow a ring dropped in the sink before I could grab it.


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I'd worry about splashback coming up the ramp and onto the floor or my shirt.


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RE: Thoughts on modern sloped sink?

Thank you everyone. I should've stated that this would be for the powder room, used mainly by guests.


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RE: Thoughts on modern sloped sink?

I would love it for a powder room that does not get much action besides the occasional hand washing/mirror check. Its beautiful, a conversation piece and looks like it would be easy to wipe down. For a guest bath that takes company for lengthy stays, I would not use it as it looks like it would accumulate toothpaste etc if guests don't clean up after themselves. Might be splashing etc.


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RE: Thoughts on modern sloped sink?

What is the material of the sink and counter - I like the look but worry about splash factor


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RE: Thoughts on modern sloped sink?

Splashy and trendy


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