Just because your bathroom might lack space, doesn’t mean it has to lack style or functionality.

Despite how small your bathroom might be, there are two items that you must be able to squeeze in: a toilet and a sink. Today, we’re focusing on the latter by rounding up seven of our favorite options that maximize space, without compromising style. 

1. The C2 Console by WETSTYLE 

WETSTYLE’s latest collection, C2, offers a sleek-looking vanity console, made of matte black stainless steel rungs. Created in collaboration with landscape architect Pierre Belanger, this compact sink features a light, clean aesthetic and is defined by minimalist style.

“This collection blends together industrial and minimalist style, while also responding to the demand for furnishings that can fit into smaller, urban spaces—such as apartment or guest baths, as well as powder rooms,” says Mark Wolinsky, President of WETSTYLE.

“This collection blends together industrial and minimalist style, while also responding to the demand for furnishings that can fit into smaller, urban spaces—such as apartments or guest baths, as well as powder rooms,” says Mark Wolinsky, president of WETSTYLE. 

Courtesy of WETSTYLE

2. A DIY Birdbath Pedestal Sink 

In his Austin home, architect and contractor Shane Michael Pavonetti ordered a small sink from Home Depot for his half-bathroom, and then designed a steel rod base for the basin to sit nice and snug. Placed near a window, the tiny pedestal sink looks as inviting as a birdbath in spring. 

The sink in the half bath was special-ordered from Home Depot and Pavonetti designed the base to give the basin a snug fit. He built it out of a steel rod and painted it with black shoe polish.

Although the sink was special ordered from Home Depot, Pavonetti designed the base to give the basin a snug fit. He built the base out of a steel rod and painted it with black shoe polish.

Courtesy of Pavonetti

3. A Sink with a Removable Cover 

Another great way to save space in a bathroom is by integrating a sink with a removable cover. For instance, the sink below sits in a white Corian countertop and features a removable cutting board cover. 

The cover can be removed when the Dornbracht taps are turned on—and replaced when the sink is not in use—to create added countertop and/or grooming surfaces. 

A Dornbracht tap sits above a custom-built glacier white Corian countertop and sink. The sink is covered by a removable cutting board that can be kept in place for an added work surface, or removed for dedicated sink use. The cutout in the center allows water from the tap to flow straight through to the custom Corian drainer.

A Dornbracht tap sits above a custom-built glacier white Corian countertop and sink. The sink is covered by a removable cutting board that can be kept in place for an added work surface, or removed for dedicated sink use. The cutout in the center allows water from the tap to flow straight through to the Corian drainer.



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4. A Compact Corner Basin 

Swiss bath-accessory brand Laufen carries a variety of compact corner washbasins such as the Laufen Pro 816956. At around 15 pounds and 13 inches, this basin will comfortably fit into even the tightest corners.

Put bathroom corners to good use with a wall mounted or pedestal corner sink or vanity.

Put bathroom corners to good use with a wall mounted or pedestal corner sink/vanity. 

Courtesy of Laufen

5. A Disappearing Vanity and Sink 

With many studio apartments, sinks and vanities can sometimes be a part of the open-plan layout. If you need an inconspicuous sink and vanity that will seamlessly blend with your living and bedroom furniture, a great solve might be DeKauri—a freestanding vanity credenza created by German architect Daniel Germani in collaboration with Cosentino.

The DeKauri freestanding vanity credenza is made with 50,000-year-old Kauri wood.

The DeKauri freestanding vanity takes inspiration from the traditional Italian credenza and is made with 50,000-year-old Kauri wood.

Courtesy of Cosentino

This Italian-style vanity credenza lets you bring the warmth of wood to your bathroom or bath space.

This Italian-inspired vanity credenza lets you bring the warmth of wood to your bathroom.

Courtesy of Cosentino

6. A Counter and Sink Combo 

Japanese–based Nendo takes an organic, holistic approach with its bathroom collection for Italian brand Bisazza Bagno by creating a wooden vanity that cradles a washbasin and mirrors shapes like water droplets. 

Counter and sink (€6,800), mirror (€680)

With the simple, zen-like sink and vanity combo from Nendo, you won’t need to use your wall space for built-in countertops.

Courtesy of Nendo

7. Freestanding Sink Consoles and Cabinets 

Freestanding sink consoles and cabinets, such as this white sink cabinet with adjustable legs and laminate countertop, are another clever way to save space, as they can easily increase storage. 

Courtesy of IKEA

 

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