Marble Sink | Inspiration

With a little inspiration from the brilliant designers and architects around the world, you can transform your everyday bathroom sink and countertop into a beautiful statement piece and work of art. From wall-mounted, pedestal, or integrated sinks, here are a few design ideas using natural stone in incredibly unique applications unlike the rest.

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Innovative Milan architect Victor Vasilev uses straight lines, geometric shapes, and even optical illusion for his line washbasin line, “The Kub.” The floating and pedestal sinks use Carrara Marble, glass, and metal to create a simple, yet fascinating design. A simple stand alone metal faucet pours water into the glass cube basin, which then discretely drains into the Carrara marble cube that is mounted to the wall. Individual matching cubes with can be purchased for additional storage and counter space.

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Italian based company, Altamarea has perfected their seamless, integrated marble sinks and countertops in their Opera line. Inspired by Scandinavian cabinets in the 50s and 60s the floating vanity has pull open cabinets, brass water features, and incorporates integrated marble countertops transforming your standard sink into a satisfying work of art.

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Teuco, Italian based company has updated the traditional pedestal sink with a “monolithic pedestal topped by a horizontal plane”. Made out of entirely carrara or pietra grey marble this pedestal sink is the epitome of sleek, Italian design.

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