I have 2 in a narrow sink area. The sink is fine BUT the pop up stopper has been a problem. One drains slowly compared to the other. After several years one of the stoppers will no longer pop up. I have not been able to find a replacement pop up part.
We had to suddenly install a half bath in our house. The room was small and this was the perfect fit. It doesn't take up a lot of space. The only thing I wish it had was a little wider top to set some handsoap on.
These small sinks are the best. I bought two of them and will buy more if needed. Works well in the old houses with small bathrooms that wouldn't fit a normal size sink in them. Only one thing. The instruction says you dont need any tape but I had to put teflon tape on the threads anyways.
You will have to use a pressure regulator or the faucet will spray water over the sink bowl. Otherwise good looking sink.
Had to remodel very small bathroom due to a major leak-this sink is just perfect
Very nice product. What I expected
Smaller than it looks, double check dimensions they are exact.Nicer than it looks, high quality fit and finish.Well designed, and includes all the hardwareFaucet feels nice, hoses were included.Highly recommend!!!
Beautiful sink! I would recommend it to anymore. WARNING! Because this sink is so short you will have to evaluate what type of faucet you used with it AND when you hook up said faucet you will need to turn your hot and cold water pressure down really low or it will splash out.
I love the aesthetics and overall "vintage" look of the sink itself. I received the sink in two boxes and packaging was well done. However, I think there are some design issues related to its installation that can give average DIY installers some major problems, particularly if either their floor is uneven/un-level or their corner is out of square.The mounting brackets could be improved upon (they are an unsightly black and unconcealed, their effectiveness is very sensitive to how they are located on the wall relative to the sink indentations, and they don't do a good job at securing the sink to the wall by themselves (the sink tended to rock a little bit even though both brackets appeared to be tight against the bottom of the sink).The bottom of the sink does not conform to the shape of the pedestal in any way. This makes it difficult to orient it properly and know that you have a secure installation prior to marking and installing the hanger brackets.After several unsuccessful trial and error attempts using the hardware as-is, I ultimately replaced the black brackets with a less obtrusive wooden support rail and I used a separate anchor through one of two holes on the side of the sink to fasten it directly to the wall. Seems secure now and looks great. However, there were several moments during installation that I considered sending it back.
This corner pedestal sink is absolutely perfect for my new bathroom. The quality finish and design are beautiful. I’m giving it 5 star and would buy it again and recommend it to anyone needing a corner sink where space is limited. The bowl has a serious flaw as the holes are off center enough to prevent proper mounting of a standard 4” Centerset faucet. I trust the 3rd party vendor will make this right. I have discovered the power and effectiveness of Amazon message system regarding their vendor network and the promptness in resolving problems. Updates forthcoming.