How to get sink against right wall with baseboards in the way?
I have the Kohler Persuade vanity with matching sink, which will go in the right corner of my very small (5x7) bathroom. I would like the sink up against the right wall, but cannot with the porcelain tile baseboards in the way as the sink sides are flush with the vanity legs. The bathroom guy suggested cutting the BBs where the legs would go, but I don't think this will look good. I'm pretty sure he means to do a straight cut, i.e., a 90 degree angle to the front side of the BB, then put the cut edge against the leg. First, there's no way to get this cut perfect, so there'll be a gap between the BB and the leg and second, even if there was no gap, I think it would look weird to have something against and therefore partially covering the leg. If the baseboards were wood, I would cut the BB at a 30 degree (or less) angle to the front side so that as the BB approaches the vanity leg, it recedes to a point for a more seamless look, maybe even sand it so you don't see any angle. I don't know if you can do this with porcelain and if so, what tools you would use? My bathroom guy resists doing any extra work and always manages to find a reason why he can't, so I'd like to be specific in whatever I propose to him. I am not looking for perfection and really only care about the front side of the front right leg as the only visible spot so it is not even a ton of extra work, but I know he will push back anyway. Any advice on my suggestion, or a better suggestion, would be greatly appreciated!