We are exploring the possibility replacing our head sink with a vessel sink.
By removing the existing sink the and making the hole rounder then a vessels sink would fit down into the hole a bit. This would keep the height down and it could fit under the vanity. If not then we would have to deal with covering the hole that the original sink is in. This can all be done. No problem, just another easy install
We would like a bigger sink and there is little room to expand the sink size in the counter top. Not to say we could not do that but we would be more limited.
We would like something a little more eye pleasing than the normal SS ink.
With a vessels sink there seem to be some nice options for faucets also.
When we were at the boat show we were on a large motor boat with a vessels sink. It was impressive. We then went on an Island packet 44í and the sinks in the heads were very small. Ok sail versus power, healing vers none.
We do now have all Kohler home shower equipment in the boat that works fine.
We just installed a Delta home Touch faucet in the galley that is fun and really cool.
So why not a nice sink in the head??
The sink would not stick out past the counter top.
So that is my question, why not?
Possible why notís:
Could get hut in a sea way by bumping into it?
Water sloshing out in a sea way?
Use more water?
So here is a sink for an example of a vessels sink