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Undermount Sink for Wall Mount Faucet

Posted by nyc_sport (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 27, 14 at 0:51

Hi. We are in the midst of a gut renovation, and need to buy sinks for a "relatively" small (78" wide) double vanity in the master, which has wall mounted faucets. This is a fairly modern bathroom, and we were looking at rectangular sinks. We are trying to pick undermount porcelain sinks that are not too wide, but are deep to take advantage of the counter space freed up by the lack of faucets. What have others used with wall mount faucets? And suggestions for rectangular sinks that are in the 19x15 vicinity? Thanks all.

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RE: Undermount Sink for Wall Mount Faucet

Did you look at Kohler's Verticyl? It may or may not fit your dimensions. It isn't real expensive. I have the oval model and am very happy with it. The rectangle one is a bit larger and a bit more expensive. I bet you could get it for $150 at Fergusons or HD special order. Comes in a lot of colors too (for more $)

Dimensions from their web page
Height 6-3/4"
Length 19-13/16"
Width 15-5/8"

verticyl rectangle photo verticylrectangle_zps85b14950.jpg

verticyl top view photo vertilcyltopview_zps932e240c.jpg

Here is a link that might be useful: Kohler Verticyl rectangular sink undermount

RE: Undermount Sink for Wall Mount Faucet

Nameeks also has sinks in multiple sizes that may work for you.
Good luck!

RE: Undermount Sink for Wall Mount Faucet

We are using the Verticyls, but they are not installed yet, so not pictures :(

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