Farmhouse bathroom sink are grateful material in the hands of designers. They juggle with separate combinations of – in the first instance – not exactly obvious materials. Idiosyncratic combinations of earthenware and shiny stainless steel or also a porcelain farmhouse washbasin on a wooden tabletop are no longer an exception. Incidentally, the farmhouse washbasin no longer stands by definition on a washbasin column. But increasingly hangs on the wall or is conveniently integrate into or on a bathroom furniture.
The farmhouse washbasin column with the classic rectangular washbasin is still popular. But the freestanding column washbasin – a striking and stylish object – is on the rise. Relatively new are the floating arrangements in which the suspension structure is conceal in the wall or in a secondary wall. The result is pure, simple and space-saving.
The shape of the farmhouse sink is something to think about. From a ergonomic point of view, round shapes are highly recommend. You cannot bump into sharp corners. But for a rectangular, multi-person copy, there is also something to be said: this is ideal for ‘rush hour situations’ in a family with children. And there is more: what about a washbasin in a handy? And space-saving triangle shape that fits perfectly in the corner of a small bathroom?