The 10 Best Pedestal Sinks

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This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in April of 2020. With a vast array of options available, choosing the best bathroom sink can be a tiring process. Once you have made the decision to go with a pedestal version, the main factors to consider are bathroom size and style of decor. The selection here covers options for large and small rooms, modern, traditional and contemporary styling, and a variety of faucet configurations. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Fresca Quadro

2. American Standard Ravenna

3. Fine Fixtures Windfield

Editor's Notes

April 08, 2020:

The humble pedestal sink has taken a backseat in recent times due to modern styling and designers pushing the boundaries of what is possible. With options such as vessel and countertop sinks the possibilities are endless. however, even pedestal versions have come a long way in terms of design and material choice.

For some, the sink should be the star of the suite, and a modern, unique design is of utmost importance. The Fresca Quadro, Qierao Glass Vessel, and the Swiss Madison St.Tropez are all contemporary options that will stand out in the crowd. More traditionally-styled items include the Deluxe Philadelphia, the Toto Promenade, and the American Standard Ravenna. If you need something for a small bathroom or powder room, the Fine Fixtures Windfield, the Renovator's Supply Portsmouth, the Kohler Veer, and the Ondine Design are compact space-saving options that will keep your bathroom looking and feeling spacious.

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4. Renovator's Supply Portsmouth

5. Qierao Glass Vessel

6. Swiss Madison St. Tropez

7. Kohler Veer

8. Toto Promenade

9. Ondine Design

10. Deluxe Philadelphia

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