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Sink Help

Posted by dcwesley (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 7, 13 at 13:17

I am doing a to the studs remodel of our masterbath. Since we have been forced into this by an improper build of our last shower, I want to come out of this thrilled about the outcome. We are going down to a single sink, since in the last build we only used one of the two sinks anyway. We will use the extra floor space to expand the shower slightly and have more room to dry off when getting out of the shower.

The custom built vanity will be 51”, kitchen counter height. At first I was going to get a wonderful “artsy” (read $$$) sink. But since we have gone over-the-top on the vanity, I am content with a plain-but-decent-quality white undermount sink. Since we are doing this in a rush (demolition began before planning even started) I need to make a quick decision. I am looking a bit at the Kohler Caxtion sinks. Any feedback from those that have one? Any suggestion on size? (We just do the basics with the sink - brush teeth, wash face, etc.)

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RE: Sink Help

Are you also going to go kitchen depth? If so, you'll have a bit more room for a wider sink, ie front to back. I like to use my MBR sink for hand-washing, so a reasonable size is important. Having said that, we have a small Kohler Caxton in our Basement BR, and it's fine...basic white ceramic sink...nothing to get excited about! :>)

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