Monday, October 29, 2012

Beautiful Undermount Vanity Sinks by Kohler

I've encountered quite a few clients lately who haven't cared at all about their vanity sink. I always wonder if they know of all the options that are out there. I was on Kohler's website today and they have so many unique and beautiful sinks!
I talked about glass vessel sinks here and onyx sinks here, so I thought I'd show undermount sinks from Kohler today.
All photos are from Kohler's website unless otherwise noted.

I love this first sink from Pure Contemporary's website. This style is called Botanical Study and comes in an oval shape as well.

Next is the Zanzibar.  It's inspired by historical textiles of the 19th century.  Very beautiful and unique.
Here is Kohler's description of the beautiful Lilies Lore sink pictured below....."The design and inspiration of the Lilies Lore cast bronze lavatory is derived from the rich and highly stylized motifs of Art Nouveau. Breathing new life into an old world material, this cast bronze lavatory takes on a modern shape through an organic and intricate pattern. The grid drain is integral to the lavatory surface, offering a seamless bowl and continuous pattern. Over time, the Lilies Lore lavatory will develop a slight patina and transform into a warm brown finish."

I really like this sink, it's called the Twirl. I think it's absolutely beautiful, but I'd like to see and feel it so I can figure out how easy it would be to clean.

Last is a stainless steel sink called Bachata. I generally don't like stainless sinks in bathrooms, but I really like this picture from ArchiExpo.


Flitryss said...

WHAT!?! Holy amazing. I want them all.

Steph@TheGraniteGurus said...

Hi Aimee, I know I love all the sinks! I'm glad you liked them too.
Your blog is great by the way, I meant to tell you that the other day. I wish I were half as stylish as you. :)

K&B by the Sea said...

The Twirl sink is my favourite, but yeah, it could be a pain to keep clean. Botanical Study is my other favourite - and I love the design and the rectangular shape.

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