Antique washstand in PR?
I bought this sink on Overstock- the curve fits the curve of my washstand, chest isn't quite deep enough so I will have to take off the towel bar, add 2.5" to the back of the "countertop" (I plan on just using the wood top), attach the (3/4" thick) towel bar and then probably put a strip or some blocks (1/2" thick) on the back to hold it away from the wall so I can hang towels on it and not just a doily.
The "vanity" would then be about 20.75" - 21" deep (allowing for 18" deep sink, 3/4" of wood showing in front and 3/4" behind plus the 3/4" towel bar and 1/2" spacers). The room is only 76" long and 36" wide, with the smallest toilet I could find installed the front of the bowl is 29" from back wall (where I took pix from) so 76-29-21 = 26" clearance from bowl to edge of countertop (which is 1" in front of the bottom drawers/missing door/face frame). So this is tight, but meets code.
I'm getting used to the blocked-up (33" to countertop) height now, and I don't think I'm going to be able to do anything shallower with this sink (too much $$ to mail back to Overstock plus I love it!), so the only question is, am I good to go with this washstand, or if I add 3" to the legs (blocked up 3.5" now but I could give up 1/2" in height), would it destroy the proportions of the piece? Does it make the room look too small?
Though I love to have the storage (since there is NO room for storage anywhere else in this tiny room), would it be better to build a simple "farmhouse table" type console with long legs and a deep apron to make the room look bigger (if possible)? I'd have to store some extra TP and feminine supplies in a box or basket under the table (Lysol wipes could go in laundry room, the box under there has a ORB P trap in it).
Here is a link that might be useful: Londonville sink