Tall vanity, low drain: any space creating solutions?
My contractor installed a new drain for our bathroom sink just 16" above the floor, which seemed odd, given that our vanity is 36" high and has 2 drawers in the sink base. I had hoped that he could come up with a P-trap configuration where the pipes angled sharply back toward the wall, and then the P-trap sat back close to the wall, allowing for perhaps a cut-out drawer. The drain entry point is 11" below the bottom of the sink, and 16" above the floor.
Can anyone suggest an arrangement that would push the pipes back, instead of having that long tailpipe ending in a P-trap that's just a few inches above the bottom of the cabinet?