Metal - Bathroom Sinks
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Mon Jan 30 00:00:00 MST 2012sincitydesigner Rating:4.0
I bought this sink to go in my powder room. It is absolutely beautiful and very good quality. Great price for such a large vessel sink. The descripiton is correct that it is metallic silver, but it has veins of gold that I wasn't really expecting.
Thu Dec 01 00:00:00 MST 2011snoopy1211 Rating:5.0
I returned it. It did not match my countertop and I ordered a different vessel sink.
Thu Aug 04 00:00:00 MDT 2011dkstreet Rating:5.0
I love this sink. It is unusual and looks great in my bathroom, the only thing I was unaware of, it comes with the drain kit and I don't think there was a choice on the color of metal for that, so I had to buy another drain.
Tue Sep 11 00:00:00 MDT 2012pjfirebird Rating:5.0
When I took this sink out of it's protective shipping bag I couldn't believe it was so lovely. The depth of the colors is something to see. The bottom (outside) of the sink has a metalic flake in it that just shimmers. It will definitely be the focal point of my master bathroom.
Tue Sep 11 00:00:00 MDT 2012jmhyde Rating:5.0
I have this sink on a natural stone counter top with venetian bronze faucets. The metallic look of the sink is a beautiful contrast with the counter top. I have a granite counter top in another bathroom that when placing this sink on the granite which is more beige with heavy yellow and black veins I didn't like the metallic sink against it. If you had a dark granite that was mostly black or very dark it would look fantastic but if it is a lighter granite I wouldn't recommend this sink.
Fri Nov 01 00:00:00 MDT 2013proach1015 Rating:5.0
Awesome sink!! This is our second vessel sink from overstock. We have a metal one that we just bought and love and now this one. We bought old cupboards for our bathrooms and my husband installed these. We also bought the faucets. What a selection. We continue to come back and please if you buy - donate to the wounded warriors fund.
Mon May 28 00:00:00 MDT 2012jack505 Rating:5.0
What you cant see in the pictures is that it actually has gold metalic flecs in it. It is not overly gaudy though. It really has a WOW factor to it. Everyone that comes into the house and uses the bathroom that it is in comments on it. I shopped and shopped for a really good deal on a sink like this and thought that I was taking a gamble because this sink is a fraction of what you will find similar sinks anywhere else, the gamble paid off. We have pretty hard water where we live and what is unblelieveable about this sink is that when it dries there are no water spots so it doesen't need a lot of cleaning. We have a 500k+ house and it fits in as if the sink costs 500$ +. Infact on of the subs that was working on the property commented and asked if we got it at one of the higher end shops in town! OVERSTOCK IS WHERE ITS AT!!
Wed Jun 19 00:00:00 MDT 2013tara0 Rating:2.0
This is a great little sink. Perfect size. But it has to be attached to the wall with an adhesive or glue. There were no instructions, drawings, or pictures with the sink, so I hired a contractor to install it. He could not figure out how to get the bracket to support the sink and thought it was the wrong bracket. During several email conversations with Overstock.com, we received a photo of the bracket that looked like the one I received, but the one I received did not fit the sink. We also received a note indicating that the bracket is not intended to support the sink. It adds a little support, but the sink has to be mounted with a "glue or adhesive recommended by your local hardware store." If you are using this in a small 1/2 bathroom (which is the only place I could think of using a mini sink), you might have regular sheet rock on the walls instead of the bathroom sheet rock you can tile. So adhesive will not adhere to that sheet rock. You can have a contractor change out the sheet rock! Or maybe you can find someone locally who works with sheet metal and have them make a bracket that fits and actually supports the sink! Our bathroom is still in process. We are mounting it to wood using an adhesive (probably liquid nail) and also trying to get a bracket made. Then we will attach the wood securely to studs in the wall. Regardless of how we eventually attach it, this sink ends up "costing" a lot. I am wondering if I should have bought an expensive sink instead, one with a mounting bracket that actually supports the sink.
Wed Apr 04 00:00:00 MDT 2012kinuko Rating:5.0
Nothing compares to seeing the sink in person, but it looks great. Great Packaging: The sink was fitted into styrofoam packaging, so the bowl itself was packaged in styrofoam as well as a styrofoam bowl was fitted into the bowl of the glass sink itself. Arrived with the cardboard box intact, all seems still taped down, box sealed. Look: Definitely a statement, it works for our bathroom (double sink, kids bathroom). Was going for a clean, modern look. Grey, speckled granite counter (originally had broken recycled glass, ground down in concrete with a confetti look but at the end went with the granite). (the faucet and drain also purchased from O and is great as well). The floor is grey-pearlized type matte, oversized rectangular porcelain tiles. Walls are 9x16 white tiles with blue, green and metallic silver glass mosaic strips for accent. The blue sinks pop. Ties in with the blue in the accent tiles (which is the only other color in the room). Quality: great, no bubbles in glass. Glass sink is thicker than I thought. No flaws. Purchased the silver mounting ring to go under the sink (between sink and the granite counter). Water just seems to bead off glass and sweep down the sides into the drain. Slope of the sink is great---was concerned that with the water pressure, the water would pour out the faucet up with force spill up the side of the sink---doesn't happen. Overall: would make the same choice. Almost went with a porcelain bowl...but decided for a little more "fun" and punch of color.
Sun Jun 01 00:00:00 MDT 2014centralvalley Rating:5.0
My home is a log cabin so i was looking for either ceramic or hammered metal vessel part of renovating a small bathroom. I made a butcher block style vanity with glass tile top. I'm so glad that I selected this sink! fits perfect with my style; always get compliments on it. Heavy gauge hammered copper is both elegant and rustic; refined with a strong presence. Beautiful product!
Fri Apr 12 00:00:00 MDT 2013kaylegs Rating:4.0
I'm converting a distressed antique bombe style carved wooden chest to a vanity and needed a vessel sink that would complement it. This Vigo glass sink works well, in fact the scalloped lip closely matches the curved rim of the cabinet top. The sink is a bit more massive than I expected -- the glass is very thick and the color is a deeper shade than it appears in the photo, more of a rich almost metallic-sheened teal. I like it, but you ought to consider before you buy one that this sink needs to be balanced with a fairly good sized base, It would overpower any vanity less than 30" wide. It has a sort of rustic, handmade look, which is perfect for my design. The quality is impressive for the price. I had looked at vessels 2 to 5 times the price that were not nearly as unique and substantial. I haven't finished the bathroom and actually used the sink yet, but I did get the whole vanity assembled and the sink was simple to install with a standard pull up drain (I used a Victorian style tall vessel faucet and drain assembly in oiled bronze to match the hardware on the chest). It wouldn't look out of place in a bathroom in Versailles Palace!
Sat May 25 00:00:00 MDT 2013momintexas1 Rating:5.0
I used this sink in a guest bath with granite counters and bronze faucet. Love the copper/gold metallic look. I had a plumber install it and had no issues.
Sat Aug 21 00:00:00 MDT 2010ckinmo Rating:5.0
I have tried to find the "perfect " vessel sink and have had 3 other vessel returns with Overstock before this one. Terrassa vessel has a lovely red color highlighted with flecks of gold-- rather a metalic look through the glass. The outside of the bowl is painted black over the red and gold which reflects of artwork. One of the other bowls I had ordered had such childlike painting on the outside I had to return it! The lip of the bowl is also not back, but red too, a good thing. One of the thicker vessels I ordered, had a black rim and would show all water spots- no thanks. Overall, I recommend this bowl highly for its contemporary-classy look and great price. It will be the conversation piece of your bathroom!
Tue Nov 15 00:00:00 MST 2011thunderfromdownunder Rating:5.0
My package arrived impossibly quickly. Less than 48 hrs after ordering. Doubled boxed and well packed. Sink itself was in it's own soft polishing-cloth fabric drawstring bag. A nice scratch guard, and a great marketing idea. It made the sink feel very special, something like a piece of fine silver! Anyway, everything arrived in perfect condition, no scratches, dings etc. This sink will replace the under-mount black porcelain sink in our brand new bathroom vanity that was cracked beyond repair when my 9 year old son; a heavy glass container, and gravity, all convened for a moment, the result being a heartbreak for Mom and Dad. (I calmly tell myself; hey, kids are kids, accidents happen right?; Son, just don't get me started...) I have not mounted my unbreakable, and minor dent disguising (I thought I was pretty clever with the dent idea! ) replacement. The biggest hurdle in finding a replacement has been finding a match for the original sink's dimensions. Of course the vanity top has an existing cut out for the original sink, and it turns out those dimensions are a little unusual. This sink is a very good match. Also, with the choice of under-mount, or self-rimming installation, I have options. I was concerned also whether a metal sink would be very heavy, so if under-mounted, would therefore be difficult for me to install; ( most likely alone - I tend to fly solo - I can mess things up just fine by myself, thanks. ) This sink is surprisingly light, so I expect no problems. Finally, price! No-one, and I mean no-one, period, sells this sink for at least double the O. com price. Many vendors are listing it well over $$$$. I saw this listing, was giving it some thought, and the number of sinks in stock at this website dropped to 1 left, overnight! I nearly blew it! "Click, click" just in time! Overstock. com doesn't need my sales pitch for this sink; it will simply sell itself. Thanks for reading my post! GW
Wed Apr 27 00:00:00 MDT 2011ncquilter Rating:5.0
Excellent quality glass sink. The green is very vibrant, looks like a metallic green yet black where the light does not hit it directly. Am putting it on a wood counter and it just pops. Beautiful sink.
Wed Jul 21 00:00:00 MDT 2010gfromkc Rating:5.0
Very nice sink, arrived promptly. Is a nice off-white versus an almond/biscuit shade. Came with metal clips for undermounting but did not come with paper template.
Thu Sep 01 00:00:00 MDT 2011descalzada Rating:5.0
Overall, this piece is visually stunning. As another reviewer reported, there is an orange-y glow in the very interior ... like molten metal ... has an ethereal quality. Really, really wanted to make this work, but just couldn't with my existing colors; sadly, had to return it. The color looks good with bronze, coppery, and polished nickel metals ... not so much with satin/brushed nickel.
Wed Aug 03 00:00:00 MDT 2011gwk1 Rating:5.0
This sink retailed for about $400.00 @ Lowes. I got it for about $$$ delivered. The sink was just as indicated on the web site. The only negative is that metal sinks are thin and pop-up mechanisms are typically made for 1/4" ceramic type sinks. But we worked it out. I would recommend the Big O for your purchases.
Sat May 28 00:00:00 MDT 2011frskep Rating:4.0
I spent alot of time checking the many sinks and, judging by the picures provided chose this one. It is a beautiful sink, however it is BRIGHT gold on the outside. i'm talking very bright, metallic, like a gold coin from a treasure chest gold.I expected golden and browntsh like the picture. It is a pretty sink, but I had to return it due to the color. I will try another!
Fri Nov 13 00:00:00 MST 2009mikester65 Rating:5.0
This bowl is beautiful--actually even better looking in person than on line. The contrasting textures and metallic gold coloring make it a focal point of the bathroom. My only complaint--a minor one--is that the bottom of the bowl is slightly flat and doesn't completely drain; it leaves a ring of water standing around the drain seal. Otherwise, it's well worth the money.
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