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Does anyone make a really small undermount sink?

Posted by flicka001 (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 20, 12 at 22:15

I have a really small powder room (no way it would be to code today).

The vanity is only 16" deep and 18" wide with a 17" x 19" cultured marble sink/top. I'd like to replace the top with a small piece of granite or marble and an undermount sink. To do that, I'd need a tiny sink. Probably no more than 10x12. Does anyone know of a manufacturer who makes such a small sink? I've been looking and have found nothing.


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RE: Does anyone make a really small undermount sink?

For Her undercounter basin by Barbara Barry for Kallista is tiny, and $$$

Here is a link that might be useful: For Her Sink


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RE: Does anyone make a really small undermount sink?

Here's a really small one by Porcher.

http://www.faucetdirect.com/porcher-12120-00-marquee-12-5-8-undermount-vitreous-china-square-bathroom-sink-with-overflow/p1379315


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Found one 10 by 13! There is a promo code to enter for extra money off if you order soon.............http://www.bellacor.com/productdetail/nantucket-sinks-um-13x10-w-mini-oval-undermount-vanity-bowl-white-566906.htm


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RE: Does anyone make a really small undermount sink?

Have you considered using a single hole faucet off to the side?
I have a 17.5" deep vanity in my powder room. We undermounted the smallest Kohler Caxton sink which is 15 X 12" (I am not sure of the internal dimensions). There is about 2 3/4" of countertop in front of and behind the sink. We used a single hole faucet mounted off to the side at about 2:00, and we keep the soap dish at around 10:00 on the other side to balance it. The sink is a plain oval and quite inexpensive. I wouldn't want to go much smaller for a sink.


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astridh offers a good option. Here's our 26" wide by 19" deep counter with a 17" vessel.

Remodel 3


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I just had the small Kohler Caxton installed in my 18" vanity top. 12x15 is the basin area dimensions - the sink body underneath is 14x17. I had my GC notch out just a bit of my vanity frame to make it work. It is lovely, and so much deeper than the cultured marble sink/vanity that it replaced. I had barely enough room to eke out centercet faucets and a 3/4" backsplash, but would have gone with the offset faucet if I had no other options. Also, keep in mind that different faucet spouts have widely varying diameters.


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Thanks for all the suggestions! You've given me hope. I'm going to start looking these up.


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