ISSUE 39  |  Natural History

10 Easy Pieces: Traditional Pedestal Sinks

September 29, 2010 10:15 AM

BY Janet Hall

The classic pedestal sink works equally well in modern, rustic, or classic bathrooms. There are hundreds of iterations on the market; we've narrowed our choices based on subtle variations in basin, corner, and apron shapes, as well as in the edging and the foot. The majority of our selections are available with a single hole for a center faucet or three holes for a 4-inch spread faucet or for an 8-inch spread faucet.

Above: The classic, clean-lined Exeter Pedestal Sink from Waterworks measures 28 by- 22 by 34 inches; $560 in white.

Above: Kohler Memoirs Pedestal Sink shown in 27-inch width (also available in 24- and 30-inch widths) is available in 18 colors, $637 at eFaucets.

Above: Duravit 1930 Series Washbasin Set; $648.75 for the 27.5-inch-wide model (D10003) at eFaucets.

Above: The well-priced Toto Promenade Pedestal Sink (LPT532.8N) measures 24 by 19 inches; $257.83 at Amazon.

Above: The 26-inch-wide Cheviot Classic Pedestal Sink is $276.50 at eFaucets.

Above: The 24-inch Porcher Lutezia Pedestal Sink is $346.50 at eFaucets.

Above: The simple 25.5-inch Liberty Pedestal Sink from St. Thomas Creations is $444 at Vintage Tub & Bath.

Above: The Cheviot Antique Pedestal Sink with backsplash is $289.90 for the 22-by-18-inch model at eFaucets.

Above: Kohler's 30-inch-wide Bancroft Pedestal Sink (K-2347) is available in 14 colors; $462.74 at eFaucets.

Above: Waterworks Palladio Sink is available in 28-inch and 22.5-inch widths; $664 (for the 28-inch).

For more sink ideas and inspiration, see "10 Easy Pieces: Utility Sinks."