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Tiny powder room sink, gigantic faucet. Help.

Posted by kendrahrose (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 18, 13 at 14:35

Does anybody have ideas for BOTH a tiny corner sink for a vintage powder room AND a faucet that goes with it?

I planned on ordering a Barclay corner sink. ( It only has one hole for the faucet and monoblock faucets are slim pickings. I finally found one from Jado that both goes with the vibe of our 1850s house, and does not look like a penis. ( We just got the faucet and while it will fit the hole in the sink, it is too, too huge for the scale of the room and looks ridiculous.

We are making a TINY powder room in the old back stairwell off our kitchen. The room is 30" x 64". It will work out only if we use a small corner sink. This item is so hard to shop for because no store seems to carry them, so we are either ordering from a catalogue or online and so many are just too contemporary for our house. I have scoured vintage stores and online. Any ideas would be most appreciated!

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RE: Tiny powder room sink, gigantic faucet. Help.

Have you tried the Nameeks line, they have some retro smaller sized fixtures.

Here is a link that might be useful: fixtures

RE: Tiny powder room sink, gigantic faucet. Help.

Would this work? It's a later time period...but not contemporary. They say early 1900's.

Here is a link that might be useful: Kohler Bancroft

RE: Tiny powder room sink, gigantic more Help.

This one isn't period, but it's powder roomish and small, not contemporary. comes in many finishes

Here is a link that might be useful: Jasmine monoblock

This post was edited by olychick on Tue, Jun 18, 13 at 18:43

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