Question about vanity installation against two walls
Hi everyone - we are getting ready to purchase an "off the shelf" vanity top for our vanity. This is for a remodel of a small (5x8) hall/kids bathroom, and we had to get a 24" vanity. The vanity will nest in the corner of two walls, although it's not a corner style vanity.
My question is... If we buy, say, a Pegasus brand vanity top from Home Depot, and install it, will we then have a gap between the vanity and the wall? Because I'm assuming the sink will be centered on the vanity top, but the vanity top is 25", and the vanity itself is 24". Which should mean that there's a half inch overhang on either side of the vanity. Which then means there will be a half inch gap between the vanity and the wall.
How do you rectify this? With caulking? Or should we just bite the bullet and go to a local place to get a custom-built vanity top? Not that it would be that expensive, just most likely more expensive then the $180 Pegasus one.
Thanks for any words of wisdom!