Scooping corner sink cabinet on frameless cabinets- Pics?
I have a 39" corner sink cabinet. I was hoping to get a 33" sink in there, but am not sure.
I have heard a lot of people say "you will have to scoop the cabinet, " and some people have said they've done it here, but I haven't seen (& can't find it anywhere) what it looks like while it's being done & before the granite is on. I don't recall anyone saying they've done it with frameless cabs, so that makes me more nervous.
Does anyone have pics of their scooped cabinet sink install??
Since it's just mdf, how do we route out the "wood" to make the SS sink at the same depth as the rest of the top of the cabinets? Will it just fall apart?
Here are my calculations:
33" sink, lip over just the sink cabinet (1) wall= 6.25 to cabinet door ( presumably we'd have to add another inch for countertop overhang
33" sink, lip over 2 cabinet walls (would probably have to dig into sink cab. wall too) = 5.5" to sink cabinet door front
30" sink, lip over 1 cabinet wall= 4.75" to sink cab door front
I don't want to make a mistake here, but have no idea what to do. Please help!
Here's a pic of the corner sink (don't mind the off center ruler-thing and the support we screwed up to the right).