When you’re renovating your bathroom, no amount of inventiveness will turn a tiny powder room into a luxuriously vast space, but there are things you can do to make the most of your limited bathroom area. For those who want to maximize floor space or those going for a simple, vintage bathroom refresh, a pedestal sink is an excellent alternative to a vanity.
There is a lot to consider before buying a pedestal sink, however. Most models are made of ceramic or vitreous china, although there are some that are constructed of glass, metal, or granite. Their dimensions can vary greatly as well; some models are significantly higher, longer, or deeper than others. Some basins are round and some are square while others are oval or rectangular. Another thing to think about is whether you want a pedestal sink with one or three faucet holes. Centerset holes are for single-handle faucets, while sinks with three holes accommodate faucets with separate temperature controls. Pedestal sinks’ colors and rim space also differ from one design to the next.
Finding the best pedestal sink for your bathroom involves making more decisions than you might have imagined. We’ve made the search easier for you by researching the best pedestal sinks on the market and finding the ones to best suit your decor and budget.
Our Top Picks
We’ve selected these eight pedestal sinks as among the best ones on the market. All of them stand out for their quality craftsmanship, polished design, and space-saving practicality. You’ll still have plenty of decisions to make as you renovate your bathroom—like sink color, faucet style, and faucet metal color—but this list is a terrific place to start.
The Veer ceramic pedestal sink by Kohler is stylish yet simple. Made of vitreous china, it has a sleek contemporary design without frou-frou embellishments. It is 35.5 inches high and comes in either a 21-inch or 24-inch sink width. In fact, buyers can customize more than its dimensions. The Veer sink comes in nine different china shades including white, biscuit, dune, black, thunder gray, ice gray, almond, sandbar, and cashmere. Further, it’s available with a single faucet hole or three holes and either 4-inch or 8-inch faucet centers.
The Kohler Veer is rectangular with a 4-inch-deep, curved basin. One of the advantages of this pedestal sink is that it has an overflow hole in the basin, which allows air to circulate and prevents spillovers. We also like that this pedestal sink has space on its sides for soap or toiletries, which is not true of all space-saving sinks. As is the case with most bathroom sinks, the faucet must be purchased separately.
The Foremost Series 1920 pedestal sink is an excellent, budget-friendly option for shoppers who don’t want to spend a lot or sacrifice quality. With its vitreous china composition, classic white color, and Art Deco-esque aesthetic, it brings flair and elegance to a bathroom, without taking up much space.
The sink’s rectangular basin is 5.5 inches deep and has three 4-inch centerset faucet holes as well as overflow outlets to prevent spillovers. With a height of over 37 inches, the sink is high enough to prevent stress on the back while washing hands but may be too tall for families with young children. There’s room around the rim of the sink to fit some toiletries.
The 1920 pedestal sink’s dimensions are 37⅝ inches high, 19¼ inches wide, and 15 inches deep. Toggle bolts are included for easy installation.
The Thomaston Circular pedestal sink by Zipcode Design brings a funky-yet-tasteful element that will elevate the look of your bathroom. With its curvy cylindrical shape, it creatively breaks away from the traditional wide-basin and narrow-foot sink silhouette. Made of white vitreous china, which is resistant to stains, rust, and scratches, the Thomaston sink is both fetching and practical.
This pedestal sink includes an overflow outlet to prevent spilling and is compatible with any single-hole faucet. Its basin is round and 5.5 inches deep. The sink’s overall height is 33 inches, which is convenient for children and shorter adults but may put some stress on taller adults’ backs. With its 20-inch diameter, this is not the most space-efficient pedestal sink out there, so make sure you have the space for it.
Kohler’s Memoirs pedestal sink has sharp lines that are vaguely reminiscent of modernized Greek pillars and early 20th-century Art Deco architecture; the overall effect is a mix of old-timey charm and modern elegance. It is available in nine colors, ranging from white to black, and ice gray to cashmere. It’s made of fireclay, a very durable ceramic material, which has a finish that’s more matte than that of vitreous china. Buyers can choose between 4-inch and 8-inch faucet centers or single-hole faucets. The sink basin is also available in three sizes.
The basin is rectangular and 5 inches deep. Three overflow holes are integrated into the design to prevent splashing and spilling over. Rim space is also reasonably wide, allowing for roughly 3 inches of space on each side for toiletries and personal effects.
The Cimarron pedestal sink by Kohler has sleek lines that blend traditional and contemporary aesthetics. Made of vitreous china, it comes in seven colors, ranging from white to black, and dune to ice gray. It is available in variations compatible with centerset faucets, as well as 4-inch or 8-inch faucet centers. Like other Kohler sinks, it has an overflow hole in the basin to keep water from spilling onto the floor.
The Cimarron pedestal sink is 34½ inches high and 23 inches wide. Its U-shaped bowl is 3⅗ inches deep, which is slightly shallower than that of its competitors. As a bonus, the pedestal on this is sink wide enough to conceal plumbing behind it.
The 3-871WH Stanford model by Barclay brings Edwardian charm into the 21st century with its vitreous china composition, smooth angles, and elevated rim. Complete the farmhouse look with a tall bronze faucet, or go for a more contemporary aesthetic by pairing it with a simpler stainless steel fixture. The sink comes in either white or bisque and can be purchased with a centerset faucet hole or with 4-inch or 8-inch faucet centers. It’s available in a range of sink widths and pedestal heights, making it easy to come up with a perfect setup for your bathroom.
At 6 inches deep, the sink’s U-shaped basin is slightly deeper than the average. While it includes an overflow outlet, the thick rim further helps prevent spillovers.
If you want to break away from traditional ceramic or vitreous china sinks, the Bohemia Glass pedestal sink by The Renovators Supply is an option worth considering. Its red oak pedestal is topped with a tempered-glass vessel for a polished and unique contemporary look. A matching tempered-glass base, below the vessel, conveniently catches spills and accommodates toiletries and personal effects. This is an especially handy feature because this sink does not have an overflow outlet. For added convenience, a towel bar mounts to the pedestal.
This sink is available with chrome or gold brass fixtures. What’s truly special about this pedestal sink is that the single chrome faucet is included, as are the supply lines. From the basin to the bottom of its pedestal, the sink measures 33 inches. The basin is square with rounded corners and measures 23.6 inches long and 5 inches deep.
The Roosevelt pedestal sink by Fine Fixtures has an oval-shaped basin that’s 9 inches deep, making it one of the deepest pedestal sink options on the market. It is made of lustrous, vitreous china and is resistant to stains, rust, chipping, tarnish, and scratches. Like most other pedestal sinks, it has an overflow hole to prevent water spillage.
This pedestal sink is 34 inches high, which is high enough for most adults yet within easy reach for children. Rim space, however, is limited, allowing for little more than a toothbrush and toothpaste.
This sink comes in white or biscuit, and widths of 18 inches or 22 inches. You can also choose between a centerset faucet mount or one with a 4-inch faucet spread. The faucet itself is not included.