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Do you like your vessel sink?

Posted by joaniepoanie (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 20, 12 at 0:06

We just finished a kitchen remodel and there is enough granite left over for a vanity top in the adjacent powder room. We are thinking of a floating vanity roughly 18" wide and 18" depth (not sure how high it should be). There aren't too many undermount sinks small enough, so am thinking a vessel sink might be better. How do you like yours? Also, any suggestions on sizes/brands that would fit (including undermount) ewould be appreciated....thanks!

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RE: Do you like your vessel sink?

I love ours (it sits on top of the counter). My recommendation is to make sure it's plenty deep and wide to contain any splashing. If you're doing a vessel that sits on top of the counter, then you will want the top of the counter height to be about 30" from the floor. Any higher and it can be challenging for anyone less than 5'8" tall (give or take and inch) to use the sink. Hope this helps!

RE: Do you like your vessel sink?

We love ours too....just updated the master with two 20x20 square vessels, two 16x16 in the guest bath and a smaller round glass one in the powder room. I am on the shorter side and don't have any issues using the sinks.

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