5 Trending Looks From Instagram That Are Redefining Bathroom Design

The bathroom is one of those spaces that offer a small chance to make a big impression. Since the bathroom tends to be short on square footage, whether it’s a powder room or an en suite loo, one of the best ways to create a signature look is with a crucial item it needs: a sink.

Gone are the days of cookie-cutter bathroom sinks. In fact, today’s market offers more opportunities than ever to define your bathroom style by choosing just the right antique, basin, or vessel sink.

Here are five trending sink looks from Instagram we love that are redefining bathroom design right now.

1. Hand-painted farmhouse basin

When it comes to show-stopping sinks, this hand-painted basin from @littleterracedhouse is one of our favorites.

“This cute farmhouse sink with its hand-painted design exudes personality and pairs perfectly with other vintage details like those wall sconces,” says designer Madison Popper, of Chill Casa. “It feels very ‘Alice in Wonderland meets Coachella’ and brings a whimsical yet bohemian charm.”

Get the look: Snag this exact sink from London Basin Company, or get a similar look for less on Wayfair.

2. Brass console sink

We love time-period looks in a bathroom, and this console sink with brass detailing from @oodlesofwallpaper strikes just the right balance of old world charm and rustic modernity.

“I admire the decision to embrace exposed piping beneath the sink, imparting an industrial-chic vibe that beautifully juxtaposes the clean, feminine ambiance of the bathroom, infusing it with a dash of urban sophistication,” says designer Elizabeth Vergara, of Vergara Homes.

Get the look: Add some ambiance to your powder room with the Aveline marble-top single-sink vanity.

3. Concrete basin

When you want to raise the stakes in a modern bathroom, nothing does it quite so well as a concrete basin like this one from @design_hunger.

“Concrete bathroom sinks are not only lighter in weight but also boast hassle-free maintenance, durability, and sustainability,” says Vergara. “I like earth tones and oval shapes, which enhance the eco-friendly atmosphere of a space.”

Get the look: Find your perfect concrete basin by shopping this collection on Etsy.

4. Vintage sink

There’s something to be said about vintage pieces—especially when they create such a brilliant focal point, like this vintage sink from @houseninedesign.

“These sinks last a lifetime because of their construction of cast iron that’s coated in porcelain enamel,” says designer Devin Shaffer, of Decorilla. “It’s rare to find them on the market today, and to get the look, you’ll likely have to check out salvage yards or vintage shops.”

Get the look: Get your very own vintage lookalike without all the fuss by shopping for this high-back deep utility sink.

5. Stone vessel basin

Another modern showstopper we love? The oh, so lovely stone vessel basin like this one from @charlottefindlaterdesign.

“This is one of my top picks for powder rooms and half-baths,” says Shaffer. “The growing interest in the ‘Japandi‘ aesthetic has made this style of sink more popular.

One caveat: “As beautiful as these sinks are, stone is porous and not meant for toothpaste and shaving creams,” Shaffer says.

She recommends styling your stone vessel sink in a bathroom where it can be used strictly for handwashing to avoid any hard-to-remove staining.

Get the look: Add some Japandi style to your bathroom with this natural river stone vessel.

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