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Size of Sink in 72" Vanity

Posted by ErinC (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 1, 13 at 17:06

Hello all,

I'm trying to decide on a sink (there will be 2 sinks installed) for my Jack & Jill bath addition. The double vanity is about 72" (built in). I'm looking at the Kohler Ladena 18" x 12" sink -- does that seem like the right size for this size vanity? Kids bathroom, only brushing teeth/washing up in the sinks, and I think countertop space is more important. But I really want a rectangular sink, not an oval. Thoughts?

This post was edited by ErinC on Fri, Mar 1, 13 at 18:18


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RE: Size of Sink in 72" Vanity

We have the Kohler Verticyl which is slightly smaller than the Ladena. It's a big sink and we love it. It just fit in the base cabinet.

The vanity is 60" and the center cabinet is 24.


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RE: Size of Sink in 72" Vanity

djlandkpl;
Could you share what your faucet is?
Thanks, and sorry for hijacking!


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RE: Size of Sink in 72" Vanity

rjr220,

The faucet is Mirabelle "Edenton" (MIRWSED100PCP). It sold exclusively by Ferguson.

http://shop.ferguson.com/product/Mirabelle-MIRWSED100P-Polished-Chrome-669710?Ntt=edenton&N=55

If you have other questions, let me know.

Here is a link that might be useful: Ferugson.com


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RE: Size of Sink in 72" Vanity

I would recommend a sink a bit bigger, our kids always spilled water on the bathroom floor don’t know, and I hate it. That was my problem with a small sink, maybe it will work for you. Good luck


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