Re: vessel sink
Posted by Danny Buckner on August 13, 2002 at 18:50:35:
In response to Re: vessel sink
: : : I'm still looking for feedback on vessel sinks (above the counter) for the bathroom. Does the lack of feedback mean no one is using them? Does anyone have info pro or con about them? Thanks, susan
: : Susan: Don't know about anybody else but I love this kind of sink. I am scanning the inter-net to find what I would like best. I like the painted floral designs and glass ones. I saw them on the homebuilders 2000 and 2001 shows on HGTV. I am definitely getting one. Have you decided yet if you will get one?
: : Or did you get one? eleanor

: We just bought an antique vanity cabinet with a carrara marble top. We've decided to only cut it minimally by using a vessel sink. I'll either be buying St. Thomas St. Martin vessel, or Herbeau's Bonne Maman vessel. Both are vitreous china, the latter one being only 14-1/4 inches in diameter which we may need as the vanity is only 19-1/2 inches deep. We haven't bought it yet, but I think either of them will look really stunning. Deborah

I just Happened to stumble across your message. We make vessel sinks out of concrete and they are absolutley stunning. If you have not purchased one yet I would be glad to Send you some information about them. We can custom match your sink to the color of your choosing and generally are half the price of a normal vessel sink. Check us out, you will be glad you did.

Danny


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