8 Trending Stone Bathroom Sinks

Choosing the right bathroom sink might not seem like a big deal until you start shopping. The sheer variety and selection available seem overwhelming. While you could stick with traditional ceramic or porcelain, stone offers a beautiful finish that’s more unique and can fit with just about any aesthetic. In this guide, we’ll discuss the pros and cons of natural stone vessel sinks and why they should be on your list. Then, we’ll look at eight of the bestselling stone vessel sinks available today.

73 Inch Double Vessel Sink Bathroom Vanity with Travertine

73 Inch Double Vessel Sink Bathroom Vanity with Travertine


The Pros and Cons of Natural Stone Sinks

If you’re considering a stone bathroom sink, you will have no shortage of options. Of course, stone comes with its own pros and cons as a sink material, so that’s worth considering. Although you’ll have your own preferences, here are some things to keep in mind.


  • Natural stone adds to the organic feel of the space
  • Stone sinks are unique
  • These sinks are durable, solid materials that are nearly indestructible
  • Stone is more resistant to heat
  • Stone looks great in any bathroom


  • Not ideal for heavy use or excessive cleaning
  • Require regular sealing and maintenance
  • Often difficult to clean
  • Heavier than other materials

A stone sink could be ideal if you have a half-bathroom or another space that sees light use. Even with the required maintenance and sealing, it’s still a well-made investment.

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22 Inch Bathroom Vanity with Travertine Vessel Sink

22 Inch Bathroom Vanity with Travertine Vessel Sink

How to Clean and Care for Natural Stone Sinks

Stone sinks all have their own cleaning and care requirements. Most are porous by nature, which requires sealant and a protective coating to ensure they don’t get damaged by regular use. Depending on the type of stone you choose, you must seal it every three to six months for best results. Weekly cleaning and keeping the sink wiped out at all times can also help the stone last longer.

Some people will try to deter you from buying stone because of the upkeep, but it’s not bad if you get into a good routine. And when you see the sinks below, you’ll see why it’s worth considering.  

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8 Unique Top Selling Stone Vessel Sinks

Starting the list is one of the most unique sinks you’ve ever seen. This natural petrified wood stone sink features a top-mount design with a standard pop-up drain. These are made from premium natural materials and add a beautiful look to any nature-inspired or modern bathroom design.

Natural Petrified Wood Stone Sink

Unique Natural Petrified Wood Vessel Sink

This pod-shaped marble sink could be the perfect fit if you have a more modern design. The white stone sink finish fits any bathroom space, and the small size fits almost any vanity cabinet. It does not include the drain or faucet; they’re available if needed. Marble is durable, stylish, and great for spaces that don’t see a lot of heavy use.

Pod Shaped White Marble Vessel Sink

Pod Shaped White Marble Vessel Sink

Lava stone creates a unique, elegant finish that will look great as a sink in your bathroom, whether the main one or a small guest bath. The unique shape will catch everyone’s eye and goes great in several design aesthetics, including modern spa designs that are popular in today’s homes. This sink will be a great conversation piece and let you show off your style in a new way.

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Honed Lava Stone Arched Edges Vessel Sink

Honed Lava Stone Black Vessel Sink

Nothing says style like Carrara Marble; no two sinks will look the same when you choose this material. This shallow sink is stylish and modern and fits great in all kinds of spaces. It can be purchased with or without drain accessories and will fit on almost any vanity at just 22 inches wide. Plus, you can pick the perfect faucet to go with it and complete the look.

White Carrara Marble Rectangular Vessel Sink

White Carrara Marble Rectangular Vessel Sink

This is another beautiful rectangular sink. The unique design features an infinity pool look, and with a low-flow faucet, it will be a great addition to your bathroom. This sink is created from lava stone, honed smooth to create a beautiful finish, and it pairs well with all types of faucets and fixtures.

Honed Lava Stone Rectangular Infinity Pool Sink

Honed Lava Stone Black Rectangle Vessel Sink

Eye-catching, sleek, and quite stunning, this marble sink is the perfect choice for a vessel sink that makes a statement. Marble is a great choice for stylish sinks because each piece is unique. The sink will pair well with several types and colors of vanities, but be sure to seal it regularly to keep it looking its best!

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17 Inch Honed White Marble Arched Edges Vessel Sink

17 Inch Honed White Marble Vessel Sink

Travertine is a popular material choice for bathrooms; this unique sink is no exception. It comes with the option of adding the drain hardware or just buying the sink, and you can pair it with any faucet you like. Plus, with its small size, you can even use it on a double vanity for an ultra-modern, sleek finish when you need two sinks.

16 Inch Beige Travertine Freeform Vessel Sink

16 Inch Beige Travertine Vessel Sink

Limestone is an impressively hard material, which makes it great for a natural stone sink. The sleek black finish will fit into several designs, including modern bathrooms and spa-inspired spaces. This unique sink will create a conversation piece and an upscale look in your bathroom and will go with several vanities in different sizes, making it easy to pair for the perfect look.

Black Limestone Freeform Vessel Sink

Black Limestone Vessel Sink

Final Thoughts

If natural stone is on your must-have list, these sinks give you a little of everything. Remember to consider the maintenance and care requirements of the material itself so that you’re prepared for what you’re buying. Other than that, however, stone sinks are a great choice and can enhance any bathroom space. Plus, the available designs create a statement in addition to providing function. If you’re looking for a different direction for your bathroom design, consider natural stone instead of other sink materials as a starting point.

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My name is Julia Ritzenthaler, Founder and President of Unique Vanities, started in 2005. I started this business as an extension of our residential remodeling business, which focused on the design and build of custom cabinetry and architectural trim. I also worked as a financial advisor for 10 years at Ameriprise Financial, helping clients make sound money decisions, including budgeting for home improvement expenses. This expertise led me to start Unique Vanities, which offers a handpicked selection of high quality bathroom vanities, sinks, mirrors and more. You can find me most days sitting in Starbucks, my second office, or in my car driving my daughter across Dallas to gymnastics training.