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- Integral Sinks
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- Farmhouse & Trough Sinks: Plus other popular styles
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- Bathroom Countertops: Designs and ideas for using concrete in the bathroom
- Bathroom Remodeling: Ideas for using concrete in bathroom remodels
- Concrete Sink and Tub Projects: Behind-the-scenes info and photos
- Six Design Ideas for Concrete Tubs
- Facts About Concrete Sinks
- How to Seal a Concrete Sink
- Using Prefab Sink Molds: How concrete sinks are made
Compare Farmhouse, Trough & Other Concrete Sink StylesA visual guide to help you pick the right style of concrete sink for your home or business
Concrete Farmhouse Sink
A big, deep farmhouse sink can serve as your kitchen's focal point. Using concrete allows you to customize the front apron or add drainboards to either side for drying dishes or washing produce.
Concrete Trough Sink
A popular choice for public restrooms, these one-piece counter-sink combos are designed to accommodate multiple faucets. The rectangular shape can fit on conventional cabinets, or be supported by wall brackets.
Wall Mounted Concrete Sink
Mounting your sink to the wall with angle irons will make it appear to be floating in the air. To make this possible, a special lightweight concrete is used to cast mounted sinks.
Concrete Ramp Sink
This unique sink's basin is shaped like a ramp. Water flows down the ramp and disappears into a slot drain. The geometric lines of a ramp sink make it a natural fit for modern buildings and homes.
Concrete Double Sink
This double sink features two separate square basins with usable counter space between. Another option is to use one long joint basin, with a single drain.
Concrete Pedestal Sink
One of the most popular sink styles, especially in small bathrooms, is the pedestal sink. They are made up of a cast concrete sink and a base or stand called a pedestal.