Buying a Pedestal Sink Was Easy

When I bought my house a few years ago, I knew that I was going to renovate it as soon as I was able to spare both the time and the money for it. That time came not that long ago. I wanted to have a half bath on the first floor so people would not have to climb the steps anytime they had to go to the bathroom. There was a small closet near the front door that was perfect for this. I found a website that had the 10 best bathroom pedestal sinks, and the only thing I had to do after picking one out was to buy the toilet and get both installed.

I was not sure what kind of sink to get other than a pedestal sink. The closet was big enough for a small pedestal sink as well as a toilet, so I looked at sinks first since I knew it would take me longer to pick out the sink I wanted. At least, that is what I thought. As soon as I saw the ten sinks that were being reviewed on the website that I went to, I knew that it would not take long for me to find the one I wanted.

The Barclay Washington 460 was the one that I really liked the best. While it was small, it was also large enough to hold a bar soap and a couple of other things on the base by the faucet. The base was also thin enough that I knew I would have enough room to put a waste basket underneath it. I was able to order it online right from that site, and it arrived that same week. Installing it along with the toilet I bought locally was easy since my husband did all the plumbing work himself. It is nice to finally have a bathroom on the first floor!