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Ikea Lillangen sink or similar?

Posted by crl_ (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 2, 13 at 2:46

Does anyone know if the tiny Lillangen sink can be flipped to have the faucet on the left side? We are planning a remodel of a narrow master bath and are considering two of these side by side.

Or do you have a suggestion for a similarly priced sink that can sit on top of a countertop, either has the faucet from the back or can be either left or right, and is no more than 15 inches deep?

Thanks!

Here is a link that might be useful: Tiny Lillangen sink


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RE: Ikea Lillangen sink or similar?

I'm not sure, but I doubt the lillangen would be finished on the back side, so I would tend to doubt it. There are many rectangular vessel type sinks from Kraus, decolav, and others that would work in your situation. Take a look at overstock, for example.


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RE: Ikea Lillangen sink or similar?

Thanks


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RE: Ikea Lillangen sink or similar?

Ikea's own website for the matching cabinet shows the faucet hole on the left side

Here is a link that might be useful: Ikea Lillangen sink and cabinet


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RE: Ikea Lillangen sink or similar?

Yes, but you can't go by that--catalog photos are often flipped to appear in the most effective orientation on the page. The best thing would be to get to an ikea store and see for yourself.


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RE: Ikea Lillangen sink or similar?

I'll be at Ikea later today, mainly to check out another of their sinks and cabinets, but will look over the Lillangen and see if it's reversible and report back


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RE: Ikea Lillangen sink or similar?

Thank you!


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RE: Ikea Lillangen sink or similar?

here ya go....

finished on all four sides


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RE: Ikea Lillangen sink or similar?

Thank you! I really appreciate it!


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