Contemporary take: Bayonne console sink from Stone Forest

The Bayonne console sink was sculpted and beveled from a single block of Italian Carrara Marble and rests on finely crafted tapered legs that recall a classic design.
The Bayonne console sink was sculpted and beveled from a single block of Italian Carrara marble and rests on tapered legs that recall a classic design. Photo credit: Stone Forest

Stone Forest has introduced the Bayonne console sink, which was sculpted and beveled from a single block of Italian Carrara marble and rests on tapered legs that recall a classic design.

The legs are available in a range of options, including an all-brass material with a variety of finishes. The optional walnut wood legs feature warm tones accented with hand-tooled metal fittings including polished nickel, oil rubbed bronze and polished brass.

The sink also comes with optional hammered ball fittings and a combination wood/metal front crossbar.

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