Bathroom Vessel Sinks Introduce a New Line of Copper Sinks and Teak Sinks, a major online provider of high end bathroom sinks and faucets, today announced the addition of 20 new copper and wood sinks to their expanding product line.

The three popular styles of wood sinks offered by the company are now also available in solid teak. “Teak is really the perfect wood to create a sink out of because its natural resistance to water as well as its phenomenal durability and predictability in high moisture environments,” says Shawn Gusz, head of sales and marketing for “Teak has long been used in high end furniture and design accessories and the high cost of teak also gives it some exclusivity that many of our customers are looking for, thus a line of teak sinks was a natural choice,” Gusz says.

The teak sinks join the already popular line of natural and chocolate stained oak sinks that the company offers. According to Gusz, every wood sink from goes through a tedious manufacturing process using the highest quality lumber. The raw material is first kiln dried to a low moisture content to prevent warping and splitting; the wood sinks are then formed from the raw material and treated with numerous coats of a water proof coating that hardens to a “plastic-like” shell. “A lot of customers ask if a wood sink is really practical for a bathroom application, but the wood sinks we offer are impervious to water, and as long as they are cared for correctly they will last for a very long time.” The teak sink models offered by start at $899 USD and are available now.

For those that aren’t looking to make as strong of a design statement but still desire that old world feeling the new copper sinks from are guaranteed to impress. “There are a lot of companies offering copper sinks, but I can guarantee they aren’t nearly as unique as the ones we are offering,” says Gusz. In addition to the standard drop in and self rimming copper sink designs also offer a handful of double walled copper vessel sinks as well as copper bathroom sinks that have an exterior layer of mosaic pieces affixed to them. “All of our copper sinks are made of 18 gauge copper or thicker and both smooth polished and hand hammered copper sinks are available.” You can pair up one of our new copper sinks with an oil rubbed bronze faucet, copper faucet or brushed nickel faucet from the extensive vessel sink faucet product line for the perfect lavatory fixture combination.

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