Gap between vanity and wall
I'm on the hunt for a vanity as part of a gut remodel of a tiny master bathroom.
Current vanity is 24" wide x 18" deep and the new vanity has to be pretty much the same size.
However, the current vanity has a 2" gap between vanity and wall (see photo) -- and I would like to get rid of this gap and stop dropping stuff down there!
I have found 26" wide vanities that come with vanity tops -- thoughts on whether this would work?
The width of 26" seems perfect to bridge the gap; my concern is whether it would work with the existing sink plumbing. In other words the sink pipe is about 14" from the wall, and the 26" vanity comes with a sink so the sink drain would be centered ~13" from the wall. I am not sure how much "play" there is with sink plumbing, if it would be OK to have the sink drain an inch or so off-center from where the pipe goes into the wall.
Thanks for any thoughts!