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The Ray Washbasin Unexpectedly Has the Legs of Living Room Furniture

It's common for different types of materials to be used in different rooms of the home, yet the Ray Washbasin challenges the convention with an unusual supportive structure. The lovely ceramic basin has been propped atop four wooden legs as if the bowl is actually a tabletop.

The drain of the bathroom sink has been concealed behind the vessel, making the piece look even more as though it could be found in a family room or employed as a bedside table. It's the deep depression and the wall-mounted faucet and handle that give away its function, especially when it's observed from above.

Michael Hilgers' charming Ray Washbasin is light-footed and modern with a hint of antique design. The accenting steel wires that help to keep it sturdy are also very practical as hand towel racks.