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Rectangular-ish undermount sink - time to choose.

Posted by beeps (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 5, 12 at 10:15

I need to select 3 undermount sinks, and I need to have done it yesterday. Builder is on me for my choice. I will need to do them in white, as the countertops will be Bianco River. 2 for the master, 1 for the guest and they wouldn't have to be the same, but I think I'd keep them the same anyway.

There is a Kohler one that isn't quite rectangular - slight curves on the sides that I saw someone had a pic of and loved. That's what I'm leaning towards except that they are so shallow. As long as splashing water isn't an issue then I don't care because I don't fill them up for any reason. My vanity will be 90" long total so decent sized but some of the sinks seem to be too large scale for my bathrooms.

So, I'd love opinions and suggestions. And pics, of course, if possible! Thanks!

Here is a link that might be useful: Kohler Sink

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RE: Rectangular-ish undermount sink - time to choose.

We have Sonia sinktops in all three of our bathrooms (integrated sink/countertop). They are very shallow. Some splashing, but can't say it's any better or worse than deeper sinks we've used. We wipe the counters after using the sinks as needed, no big deal.

RE: Rectangular-ish undermount sink - time to choose.

Check out the Toto Legato. We love it. Rectangular, deep but sides slope in. This sink is really cool-looking and gets a lot of notice from guests because it is so unusual.

RE: Rectangular-ish undermount sink - time to choose.

I just installed 2 Kohler Archer undermount sinks and really like them. They're rectangular with a slight arch in the front. Several good reviews on Home

Coincidentally, I also purchased London Terrace Motive hand towel holders with the same arch and they coordinate well.

Kohler Archer undermount sink

Hand Towel Bar

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