We added an under-the-stairway powder room. This sink was just the ticket. The price was ½ that of the big name brands. It is deep enough to get my big man hands in to wash, and small enough to scoot by once inside the room. Be sure to use the sink with a moderate high rise single hole faucet, which will allow for more depth for hand washing. There is a bar soap depression on the left hand side also. The photo shows how we glued (heavy duty construction adhesive) three 12" ceramic tiles to the walls to act as a splash barrier. We will use ready mix grout between the tiles once the adhesive sets up. p.s. we used a small amount of construction adhesive behind the sink to help secure it to the wall also. Be sure to install adequate blocking behind the sink to allow the included lag screws to hold the sink. We also screwed small wood blocks to the wall for the sink to rest upon as we tightened the lags.
Liked the style
It looks great, but no instructions were included, so you have to be kinda handy to install this.
solid and attractive little sink!
Great presentation but two small points. 1) towel bar is not very stable probably due to the length 2) water will fly out at you if you turn the faucet on too far—be cautious.NOTE: Bathroom still under construction but connected.
Just what we expected. Installed this a month ago and it’s looking and working great.We received a first one within 3 days of ordering. However, it was cracked. Returned it and received a new one with no problem.Very easy to install
This sink was PERFECT for my small space, and has already received so many compliments! Installation was simple, and I could not be happier with it.