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A pedestal sink may be the perfect choice for a first-floor guest bathroom, not only saving space but also making a statement about the intention of the room. However, despite its stylistic design, it may not be the best choice for every situation.
A pedestal sink, at its most basic level, consists of a porcelain basin with a faucet fixture, which is set on top of a floor mounted pedestal and secured to a wall. However, there are many variations available with different designs and materials. Pedestal sinks have a small design, meant to save space, and are typically used in smaller bathrooms, such as guest bathrooms or powder rooms.
Before you start ripping out your bathroom vanity to replace it with a space saving pedestal sink, there are a couple of things you may want to consider before you sink your money into a major renovation: