Whether its his and hers, his and his or her and hers, there is a cute intimacy about double sinks in the bathroom. Not to mention the convenience two basins in your bathroom would bring. No bashing elbows as you both rush in a morning to brush your teeth. You won’t have to clatter through different bottles to find your toiletries. You can see why they are a popular addition to many luxury bathrooms. But is it a practical decision for your home? In this blog we look at the pros and cons of installing a couples sink in your master bathroom.
The Pros of a Double Sink
As a couple you will share many things in life, your personal bathroom space doesn’t have to be one of them! Having a sink each, allows you your own personal space to get ready in the morning. A space where your toiletries are easily accessible and there is an area for your appliances. Whether it’s somewhere to put your razor or your curling iron we can design the space to suit you.
As mentioned above, mornings can be stressful, especially when everyone in the household needs to be out at the same time. Having a space each, designed to suit you can cut down getting ready time and make your morning easier.
The Cons of a Twin Basin
The main thing to consider before you look to install a double sink is space. Do you have enough room in your bathroom? As a rule of thumb, we would say around 6ft is ample space. This allows room for both faucets to be used simultaneously.
Of course, another thing to consider is your budget, double sinks are often more expensive to buy. But they are also more expensive to install as the plumbing is not as straight forward as a single sink.
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