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Stone Sink, Wood Sink & Vessel Faucet Product Lines Updated by Bathroom Vessel Sinks

Industry estimates indicate that vessel sinks now account for close to 20% of all bathroom sink sales. This bathroom design trend arrived nearly 10 years ago but has really picked up momentum, partially due to home owners looking for fresh decorating ideas but can also be contributed to the falling cost of these luxurious fixtures. is an online distributor who has taken advantage of this trend and has just completed updating their product line with over 30 new sink models and 27 new vessel sink faucets.

“These aren’t your typical glass vessel sinks that you would find in your local big box store,” says Shawn Gusz, head of sales and marketing for “In fact, we don’t even offer glass sinks, instead we focus on stone sinks made of marble, granite or travertine as well as copper sinks and wood sinks, all 100% natural materials.” According to Gusz, vessel sinks are just as much a piece of artwork as the Picasso hanging in your studio. “People want to express themselves when renovating and decorating their home, by going away from the boring white ceramic sink they can really customize their new space with different sink colors, materials, shapes and sizes.”

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