Sink Size Question
We have a 93inch vanity in our new bathroom remodel. Actually, because it is coming up the stairs, it technically is two 36" vanities with a 21" drawer space down the middle (i.e. three pieces). The granite will run in one piece across the top. I bought two 16.5 inch rectangular sinks and was going to put them in the middle of each 36" vanity so to speak. In doing this, that leaves approximately 10" on the far left and far right hand side of the entire vanity. I am afraid the 16" width makes it appear as though the sinks are "shoved" against the left and right sides of the vanity. To remedy, I could get a smaller sink...but I was wondering if that makes the sink in a masterbath less desirable from a function standpoint. There are some square 13" sinks...but that might be too small. What do you think about the 16" size rectangular sink versus a smaller square? I definitely like the linear lines of the square or rectangle. I appreciate your experiences insights.