This type is the most common among the five types of sinks. It became popular because it can be utilized on all types of bathroom vanity. However, it can be bit of a challenge to clean this kind of sink. Though the actual sink is easy to wipe but the issue comes from the point where the sink and the countertop meets. The water and other particles can be quite difficult to remove from the countertop as it has no provision for the water to drip down the pipe.
Wall-mounted bathroom sinks
The advantage of this type of sink is that it does not eat-up so much space. It can just be mounted on a corner, it is ideal for a bathroom that only has few users. The downside of this type of sink is that it has no provision for storage.
Pedestal bathroom sinks
This sink does not require too much space in the bathroom but it has no room for bathroom amenities. This type is best reserved for guest rooms. You may need to add a vanity kit to be mounted on the wall to hold the bathroom essentials like toothbrush and toothpaste, as it has no countertop.
Undermount bathroom sinks
The sinks are attached to the counters below with the use of caulk and clips. It will not have any spilling issues provided that they are attached properly. It can also be referred to as under counter sink. It is fairly easy to clean and it goes well with all types of countertop. This style does not focus on the sink itself but more on the countertop.
Above counter bathroom sinks
This type is the most modern among the five types. It is designed in a way that it is positioned on top of the countertop. Though the concept is a bit ancient, but the current designs and colors make it one of the modern bathroom sinks available in the market today. More emphasis is given on the sink itself rather than the countertop.
Hire a cleaning service if you need help in cleaning your bathroom.