If you're lucky enough to have a retractable sprayer attached to your kitchen faucet, you've probably noticed that its circular blast often isn't powerful enough to really scrape dishes clean. To fix that, Kohler is introducing what it calls Sweep spray technology that blasts stuck-on food with a wide blade of water…
You know the old saying: the sink is the heart of the bathroom. But all too often that sink looks nasty, covered in toothpaste, and draped with a half-used container of floss. Here's a sink that can cleverly hide everything away when you're not spitting your mouthwash into it.
If you can't help but stare in awe whenever you get the chance to peek inside a professional kitchen at a restaurant, you'll be ecstatic to hear that KWC's Waterstation is actually designed for home use. Albeit a home with a very big kitchen and enough disposable income to afford a $15,000 sink, but it's nice to know…
The pattern in the wooden basin of this sink prototype is no abstract design. It's a 3D model of the streets of central London.
You don't spend three months of the year circumnavigating the globe on your houseboat. You don't have a closet full of designer loafers. You're not married to a supermodel. So what: your sink has a mini-waterfall LED faucet.
The best thing about these Mons Lavabo concept sinks isn't their charming, monster design. It's that they're eco-friendly, promising to prevent children from wasting water. So just how does that work?
In a world filled with crazy sink designs, the Abisko sink from Eumar just might be the craziest. Seriously, I want to ride this thing.
Sometimes, turning something transparent, like LineAqua's sink, reveals its innate beauty. The lowest tech—most cheap sinktops are shaped like this—can receive the highest innovation. In other words, it's a $4000 bitch to clean. [Furniture Fashion]
We've seen some clever bathroom fixtures in hotels, clubs and even people's homes, but this Gessi ceiling mounted sink faucet is really nice. The water comes down from the ceiling, which says to us that there's going to be quite a lot of water pressure if you decide to stick your face under there and get a rinse.…
Where else but Japan would you find a sink like this? It's got basically every sink-related bathroom item built right in, with motion sensors for each. Sure, it's got water, soap, and a hand dryer all built-in, but, as Travis asked, can you pee in it? Keep working at it, Japan. You're almost there.
Not quite a replacement for a plumber, this Velcro Snake allows you to fish out smaller hair clogs from sink drains all on your own. You still have to call the pros when little Susan's shoved her hamster down the drain, but for smaller clogs, the Flexisnake should do fine.