So, you have come to a realization that the presence of a Bathroom Basin is so important that it being not there reduces a great deal of bathroom’s functionality. And so, you embark on a journey to a basin to install in your bathroom. This is good and all; but make sure you do not make a rushed decision. When talking about a basin (or a sink), your option is boiled down to two major selections: under-sink and above-sink. The main difference between the two lies on the way the sink itself (let’s call it the bowl) is positioned.
An under-sink Bathroom Basin gains distinction in that the bowl is attached to the countertop from below. You would not be able to directly observe the sink until you get near and take a look at it from above. The hole on the countertop extends inward, slightly covering the rim of the bowl. This makes for easy cleanup when you are done with your thing. Just swipe everything into the sink and it’s all gone. But moisture would threaten the sink integrity and adherence to the countertop over time. So, maybe you would have to add some more screws for extra grip there.
An above-sink Bathroom Basin is pretty self-explanatory. Varieties of this model span from a sink that is completely on the countertop (you can see the bowl with ease) to one whose rim is positioned directly on the edge of a gap on the countertop. The former probably doesn’t require further explanation. But the latter is rather tricky. The bowl would be mounted on the countertop, with its rim serving as a grip. Adhesive material may be added to make sure that the sink is right in place and sealant may be added as well to prevent moisture from seeping through and gunk and whatnot from forming.