Bathroom Sinks Market: COVID-19 Focused Report | Evolving Opportunities with FRANKE Holding AG and HSIL Ltd. | Technavio | Household Products

NEW YORK, June 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The global bathroom sinks market is expected to grow by USD 1.84 billion according to the Technavio. This marks a significant market slow down due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the first half of 2020. However, healthy growth is expected to continue throughout the forecast period, and the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4%. 

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The bathroom sinks market is driven by the increase in building refurbishment activities. In addition, the growing trend of semi-recessed sinks is anticipated to boost the growth of the Bathroom Sinks Market.

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Major Five Bathroom Sinks Companies:

  • Duravit AG
  • Elkay Manufacturing Co.
  • FRANKE Holding AG
  • HSIL Ltd.
  • Jaquar Group

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Bathroom Sinks Market End-user Outlook (Revenue, USD bn, 2020-2025)

  • Residential – size and forecast 2020-2025
  • Non-residential – size and forecast 2020-2025

Bathroom Sinks Market Geography Outlook (Revenue, USD bn, 2020-2025)

  • APAC – size and forecast 2020-2025
  • North America – size and forecast 2020-2025
  • Europe – size and forecast 2020-2025
  • MEA – size and forecast 2020-2025
  • South America – size and forecast 2020-2025

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How to get creative with lockdown household waste

Watch: How to upcycle your Amazon cardboard boxes into handy household items

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With the amount of online shopping we’re all doing to avoid cramped and crowded spaces during the pandemic, many of us are stuck with heaps of cardboard boxes from online retailers, not to mention all the tins and jars knocking around from back when non-perishable food was like gold dust. 

Many of us have more household waste from simply being at home more, be it working from home, cooking more or doing home based activities. 

Chelsey Bowen is a DIY and craft YouTuber and has some handy tips and tricks on how to upcycle items such as cardboard boxes and tin cans rather than chucking them in the bin or the recycling. 

She says: “Let’s face it, recently we’ve all been doing a little bit more online shopping and with online shopping it means we get more cardboard boxes.” 

“I take old, used things and upcycle them or I take things that are destined for the rubbish bin and turn them into home decor pieces that you would be proud to have in your home.”

Watch: Crafty hacks to upcycle your old tin cans and turn them into cute home decor masterpieces

Chelsey shows us how to turn ugly cardboard boxes taking up much needed space into chic house decorations and storage solutions. 

From an elegant toilet roll holder that looks like it cost you a pretty penny, to a homemade cactus decoration to spice up your bookshelf, all made from unwanted cardboard boxes. 

She also gives us inspiration into ways we can make used tin cans into super handy plant pots and cosy candle holders that look like they belong in a hipster coffee shop serving matcha tea and courgette cake. 

As the climate change crisis becomes more and more urgent, and as winter approaches promising long nights and chilly days, what better time to get creative at home and find a way to do your bit for the planet while saving yourself a few bob too. 

Chelsey’s gorgeous ideas are so simple and easy to recreate, she makes the less crafty of us feel reassured that even we can get stuck in and upgrade our homes for close to nothing. 

The star of the show is definitely the hot glue gun, so if you don’t have one you might want to think about nabbing one on Amazon here. 

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Chelsey’s glue gun is an adorable baby pink one but they come in all different colours and sizes, and they are quite the essential when it comes to DIY’ing your home into a spectacular show of creativity and colour. 

The acrylic paint she swears by also features heavily in her quirky designs as well as

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White House nixed Postal Service plan to send face masks to every household in US: report

The White House rejected a U.S. Postal Service proposal to send face masks to every household in the U.S., according to The Washington Post.

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) reportedly suggested the idea in April, proposing five reusable masks be delivered to every residential address and prioritizing areas with the worst coronavirus outbreaks. The Postal Service also prepared a news release saying it would send the first shipments to Louisiana’s Orleans and Jefferson parishes, according to a draft obtained by the Post. Masks would then go to King County, Wash., Wayne County, Mich., and New York.

However, the White House reportedly vetoed the plan, instead creating the Project America Strong initiative. The $675 million initiative has distributed about 600 million masks to vulnerable and critical sectors thus far, according to HHS.

“There was concern from some in the White House Domestic Policy Council and the office of the vice president that households receiving masks might create concern or panic,” an administration official who spoke on condition of anonymity told the Post.

Emails obtained by the Post also indicated that postal workers felt they were left without protection as the pandemic intensified.

“I literally was on the phone today with many of my members screaming at me to do something [and] I don’t want to die,” one union official wrote, noting that postal workers were confirmed to have contracted the virus in late March. “You cannot expect the unions to convince the employees that if they come to work they have nothing to worry about.”

Although the Postal Service said a week later that it would increase its stock of personal protective equipment, then-Postmaster General Megan Brennan continued receiving frantic correspondence, the Post noted. One woman, who said her spouse was a mail carrier in Pennsylvania, demanded to know “WHY IN GOD’S NAME ARE THEY DELIVERING UNESSENTIAL MAIL to EVERY HOUSE in a HIGHLY INFECTED AREA!!!!”

President TrumpDonald John TrumpBarr criticizes DOJ in speech declaring all agency power ‘is invested in the attorney general’ Military leaders asked about using heat ray on protesters outside White House: report Powell warns failure to reach COVID-19 deal could ‘scar and damage’ economy MORE has repeatedly questioned the broad agreement among experts that masks work to slow the spread of the virus.

He has rarely worn one himself and has spoken at rallies with hundreds of largely maskless attendees.

The U.S. has recorded almost 200,000 deaths related to the coronavirus, along with more than 6.6 million cases, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

Updated at 1 p.m.

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