Finding the perfect bathroom sink will complete the overall design and feel of your bathroom.
Do you need a compact sink or a double set-up for you and your partner? Whatever it is, our experts have you covered in our review of the best bathroom sinks.
Reviews of the Best Bathroom Sinks
1. Bocchi Contempo Matte White Fireclay Double Farmhouse Sink
If you've always wanted his and hers sink that lets you and your partner brush your teeth side-by-side (just like in the movies), this is the one for you.
While this is primarily a kitchen sink, its design makes this an EXCELLENT CHOICE for a big room with lots of vanity space. You'll have tons of space for your daily needs with this heavy-duty sink.
Made of matte white fireclay, this can withstand the daily abuse it's bound to receive with its large drain. Plus, it's easy to clean and won't get fingerprints all over it.
- Perfect his and hers
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Large drain hole
2. LaToscana Black Metallic Granite Farmhouse Sink
Looking for something different from the endless white you've seen elsewhere?
THIS is the sink for you. With a sexy black metallic granite finish, this sink is perfect for a sleek black or industrial look.
All of its components are made in Italy, assuring you of excellent quality for your sink.
This sink even comes with silver ion antibacterial protection, a non-porous surface, a large drain, and the highest resistance to scratches and chips. Plus, it's easy enough to install with its included brackets.
- Sleek design
- Solid construction
- 3-year limited distributor warranty
- Large drain hole
3. Nantucket Ceramic Undermount Sink
If you want the same quality assurance as the Nantucket brand without spending an arm and a leg for it, this is the sink for you.
You're sure to get excellent durability with its beautifully glazed ceramic. You can even get 2 for a his and hers set-up!
We love how easy this is to clean!
Just wipe it with a microfiber cloth dampened with warm water and with soap, and you're good to go!
Say goodbye to scrubbing! Plus, this has an overflow feature so you don't need to worry about getting wet.
This is the best undermount bathroom sink for its price.
- Easy to clean
- Large drain
- Template doesn't match
4. Nantucket Undermount Fireclay Bathroom Sink
This Nantucket sink hails from its Cape Cod collection. It can work as either a drop-in overmount or undermount sink, making it versatile enough for ANY powder room.
The central drain is slightly sloped and the sink itself has a tapered finish, so your bathroom sink WON'T GET CLOGGED.
The fireclay is rust and stain-resistant, so clean-up is a breeze. You won't have to worry about chips or cracks either!
This comes with a 1-year warranty against defects and a 5-year warranty against glaze fading or staining, so you can recoup what you spent on this investment.
- Highly durable
- Easy to clean up
- Comes with warranty
- Large drain
5. American Standard Edgemere Sink Top
If you're looking for a good option for a console sink, this is an excellent option.
While you may get less vanity space than with a traditional bathroom sink, this comes with a LARGER back ledge so you can put some of your toiletries on it.
You can install it like a wall-mounted sink or purchase legs to mimic pedestal sinks.
This sink comes with the high-quality assurance American Standard is known for. It's made of durable fireclay that can resist ANY damage. There are even 3 convenient towel racks (1 in the front and 2 on the sides)!
- Classic design
- Larger shelf area than other console sinks
- Wall mount or pedestal
- Easy to install
- Pedestal not included
6. Kohler Memoirs Classic Drop-In Bathroom Sink
For those who want the look of a classic bathroom sink, this is for you.
Its elegant design will go with ANY style. You can even choose between different color options. And if you want to ensure that all your fixtures REALLY match, this even comes as a whole collection.
You can easily install this drop-in sink on top of a pre-existing vanity And because it's made of vitreous china, you're certain that this will last you and look incredible for years to come.
- Easy to match
- 7 color options
- Bad packaging
7. KES Bathroom Vessel Sink
If you're sick of bowl-shaped vessel sinks, this is an excellent option.
Its single drain MINIMIZES the risk of leakages. And just like a traditional wall mount sink, this sink's faucets aren't connected to the bowl.
It doesn't have faucet holes because the faucets are wall-mounted, letting you save on precious space.
The coating is antimicrobial, reduces water damage and staining, and enhances hygiene. Its simple style will fit any aesthetic.
- Single drain prevents leakage
- Bowl, rectangular, or square options
- Black or white options
- Drain sold separately
8. Vccucine Vessel Sink
If you want a vessel sink WITHOUT COMPROMISING on spaciousness, this is the bathroom sink for you.
Similar to purchasing a wall-mounted sink, the Vccucine's dimensions won't throw off your vanity's height.
This vessel sink comes with a pre-drilled drain hole, though we wished it came with the drain itself.
It's also compatible with a lot of faucets, so you can customize. Because it fits onto your counter space, it's not as difficult to install as a wall-mounted bathroom sink
- Easy to install
- Pre-drilled drain holes
- Compatible with a lot of faucets
- No pop-up drain
9. Kingo Home Oval Sink
For that elegant bowl-shaped sink, this is the model for you. We love its simple curves that can suit any aesthetic. This works well with brushed nickel and oiled bronze fixtures.
Plus, this is one of the easiest models you can install because you need only position it over the drain and place the faucet. It even comes with a pre-drilled drain hole, though the drain cover isn't included.
You won't have to worry about scratches because its baked-on glaze can withstand it. And its flat bottom will keep you at ease because this sink will remain stable no matter what.
- Beautiful bowl-style sink
- Easy to install
- Flat bottom for stability
- Drain cover and faucet not included
10. Aquaterior Tempered Glass Sink
If you're looking for the best sink to give a focal point or hint of personality to your bathroom, this is the one.
The Aquaterior isn't your ordinary boring white sink.
While it is still sleek and minimalistic, it features a striking copper sink and tempered glass construction that will elevate a bathroom to the next level while easily hiding any dirt.
By changing its fixtures, you can EASILY ADJUST its look to fit your aesthetic.
You'll have enough sink and vanity space with its generous 16-inch diameter design. Weighing only 15.5 pounds, you can place this on almost any counter or vanity cabinet.
- Adds personality to the bathroom
- Dirt isn't visible
- Versatile design
- Beautiful color
- Not for all bathroom designs
- Separate mounting hardware
Bathroom Sinks Buyer’s Guide
To find the best bathroom sink, you need a good balance between size and functionality. Below are a few tips from our professional team in choosing among the sinks available today.
Design and Style
Let's face it: if you walk through the bathroom aisle, you'll nearly be blinded by all that white. But did you know they come in other colors, too?
Don't be afraid to MAKE A BOLD CHOICE. Your sink is one of the biggest elements of your bathroom and it can serve as a focal point  for your space.
So when choosing what's right for YOU, consider the overall aesthetic you're going for in your bathroom.
The TYPE of sink will also change the style of your bathroom. A pedestal sink will work with a more retro-style bathroom. An undermount sink's great for a minimalist look.
And don't forget about the fixtures! You can easily change the feel and look of a sink by changing this.
- Bronze and brass - rustic look
- Chrome and stainless steel - contemporary/modern feel
- Brushed nickel -in-between
The best sink has to fit your space in the first place!
First, consider your bathroom layout and try to maximize your space.
Then, figure out the EXACT location of your sink. This will affect the type of sink you'll get. Measure how much floor or counter space you have.
Remember that curved sinks will take up more space than straight-edged ones. A right-angle sink, for example, has to have at least one 90-degree corner. Vessel sinks will leave you with a small corner space.
Next, consider the size and type of your fixtures, storage, and accessories. Do you want a medicine cabinet on top? If so, your sink and its fixtures can't be too high up.
Limited space may require you to get a smaller sink so you'll have room for your shelves.
Use all these as a guide for determining the right size of bathroom sink for you. Here's a general idea of the sizes you can expect:
- Rectangular sinks: 16 -23 inches long and 19-24 inches wide
- Circular sinks: 15-20 inches in diameter
- Depth: 5-8 inches
Sinks can be made of different materials: ceramic, clay, fireclay, glass, stone, metal, and more. Manufacturers try to vary their sink models to cater to as many customers as possible.
Do you want something minimalist and modern? A typical white sink may fit your style. Maybe you're going for a rustic feel so a wooden or stone sink may suit you better. The sky's the limit!
Each material will also have its look. For example, a stone sink can be smooth or rough, speckled or smooth. Some metal sinks come with carvings and etchings, while others don't.
Other factors like DURABILITY and MAINTENANCE are also affected by the type of material you'll get. For example, a metal bathroom may not be good if your bathroom is in a warm area of your house.
Make a deliberate choice with the type of material you'll get. Consider all the pros and cons for each bathroom sink and balance their looks and benefits.
Types of Mount
There are a lot of mounts you can choose from.
Drop-in (aka self-rimming) Sinks
Installed in a pre-cut hole on the bathroom counter. This makes them easy to install and replace. And while they're available in different sizes and shapes, they may not be as stylish as the other types.
Vessel Sinks (aka basin sinks)
Can sit on top of a counter or cabinet or can be recessed into the counter, so you can maximize your space. Plus, they only need minimal plumbing.
Unlike the others, they're available in glass. These are great if you want a modern-looking powder room.
Great for smaller bathrooms and easy to install. Its main drawback is the exposed plumbing and limited counter space.
Don't want to install a separate counter? Then you need this sink. Vanity sink options come in various sizes and are already pre-drilled on top of spacious cabinets. However, a vanity sink can cost more than the others.
Undermount Bathroom Sinks
Perfect if you want/already have a counter. They're installed underneath, leaving the counter's edges exposed. You'll have to cut a customized hole to fit your chosen sink, so replacing it can be tricky.
Great for a more retro or traditional-looking bathroom. Note that depending on the particular model, it may leave the plumbing exposed.
For a contemporary look, try these. A console sink is wall-mounted, but with 2-4 aluminum or steel legs.
Think of it as a cross between the pedestal and wall-mount sinks. Since the plumbing is exposed, make sure you match them with the rest of the finishes in your bathroom. They also don't come with counter space.
You may have experienced getting a beautiful sink and seeing it slowly turn into an ugly one over the years. Ease of maintenance should be one of your biggest considerations for choosing a sink.
Your bathroom sink deals with bits of toothpaste, spit, matted hair, beauty products, harsh soaps, dust, and more EVERY SINGLE DAY. On top of this, you need to consider cleaning chemicals that can be corrosive and have strong pigments as well as staining power.
AND THEN you also have to think about the natural degradation of your sink–rust on the metal fixtures, limescale due to hard water, water stains on the glass, and more.
Now, do you see the potential problems that could arise if you don't choose wisely?
You have to choose a sink that's EASY TO CLEAN and MAINTAIN.
You don't want to spend all day brushing and polishing your sink, especially when you have the rest of your bathroom and house to think about, too.
The top bathroom sinks are made of quick-cleaning materials, such as porcelain, tempered glass, stainless steel, or vitreous china. Be particular about this. You'll thank our team later.
As we've mentioned already, there are many sink types you can choose from.
The ease of installation will depend on the type of sink you've chosen.
A vanity sink may be easier than others. Also, consider the size and shape of the faucet holes, drain hole, and overflow, as this will affect the installation of your chosen model.
What matters here is HOW MUCH WORK you'll have to do in your bathroom. The more difficult the work, the pricier the installation will be. The easier it is, the higher the chance you won't have to spend on a plumber to do it for you.
Price and Warranty
Sinks can cost as little as $50 or over $1000. Why, you ask? Well, it depends on the manufacturer, style, and material. A marble sink won't come cheap.
However, if you're just looking for a bathroom sink for your guest bath or something of good value, there are tons of high-quality options that are affordable.
Other factors that can add to that price tag are the faucets unless they're already included in the sink itself, as well as installation.
Expect that the higher the price, the higher the likelihood of a long warranty.
This can greatly reduce long-term costs, especially because you won't have to worry about repairs in the long run. Some brands, like Bocchi, offer a limited lifetime warranty, along with free and easy returns.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is the Best Type of Bathroom Sink to Buy?
There isn't one "best" type of sink. Each has its benefits, as we've already talked about.
Use the buying guide above to figure out what's the best sink type for you. A lot of it will depend on the size of your bathroom, overall style, and budget. So consider each of these carefully.
What Is the Most Durable Bathroom Sink Material?
The majority of the sinks you'll find in the market come in ceramic (porcelain, fireclay, or china). Some options are made of glass, stainless steel, and even enameled cast iron.
Your #1 consideration when it comes to the sink material is its durability, especially if you're spending a lot of money on it. All sink materials are durable, but some are better than others.
If you want ultimate durability, choose a STAINLESS STEEL sink.
There's a reason this is the go-to material in the kitchen. It's cheap, lightweight, and nearly indestructible. You won't have to worry about anything shattering, because the steel alloy can handle it.
Your only consideration with steel sinks will be MAINTENANCE. While they're highly resistant to corrosion and rust, you still need to take care of them.
What about the rest? Well...
- Vitreous china is basically china coated with vitreous enamel. This makes it highly durable and resistant to damage, including chipping and scratches.
- Similarly, porcelain is also a robust material made from hard clay that's been fired in a kiln at extreme temperatures.
- Fireclay is like porcelain. It's another type of clay that's also heated at extreme temperatures. This process makes both these materials durable, porous, and less dense. They're also shiny and easy to clean.
- Glass materials are typical in vessel sinks because they allow manufacturers to make multi-colored sinks. They're made of tempered glass that is designed to shatter into round pieces, in case of any accidents.
ONLY stainless steel can withstand anything falling from your cabinet onto the sink 100% of the time. The rest of these materials' durability will vary on the manufacturer.
But always be prepared for it to shatter.
What Bathroom Sinks Are in Style?
There aren't particular sinks that are in style in a given year. However, there are trends for bathrooms that you can keep an eye on.
For example, in 2021, marble is in. This means that you can stay on-trend if you can incorporate this material in your tiles, tub, and yes even your sink. Its other advantage is that marble is a classic and timeless style, so it will always look good.
Black bathrooms are also in this year, so you can use darker tiles while using a white porcelain vessel sink to contrast the dark with the white.
Minimalism is always sexy if you can maintain it!
To go with this trend, you can opt for a simple wall-mounted or pedestal sink, rather than a bulky counter and vessel sink combo. Then use a clear glass door for your shower area and glossy ceramic tiles on your walls.
Don't be afraid to change up your bathroom's look by switching accents and amenities, like your towels and hooks. The best bathroom sinks should be versatile enough for several bathroom designs.
What Should I Look for in an Undermount Bathroom Sink?
Undermount sinks are peculiar, because of how they are installed.
Your #1 consideration with this type of sink is size and fit. Since they're installed below the cutout in the cabinet or vanity top, there are no holes in the fixtures.
Make sure you measure the distance between the vanity cutout and backsplash, faucet holes, as well as the shape and size of the cutout itself.
It's a good idea to get one that is smaller than your counterspace.
Our Top Pick For A Bathroom Sink: Bocchi Contempo Matte White Fireclay Double Farmhouse Sink
Bocchi is a well-known brand for sinks. They make beautiful models for the kitchen and the bathroom. You'd think that this reputation will prevent you from getting their craftsmanship at a low price, but you're wrong.
Our team chose this Bocchi sink primarily for its big room as well as heavy-duty construction. It does not hurt that it looks beautiful with its matte white fireclay finish that can withstand daily abuse. Plus, it's easy to clean, maintain, and install so you won't have any trouble from start to finish.