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Mirabelle MIRU1812 or Kohler Ladena

Posted by reno_burnsj (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 28, 13 at 18:40

I am in the process of doing a complete house renovation and am now picking sinks for three bathrooms. My problem starts with the fact my daughter and I requested an 18" vanity in the powder room, so this in itself limits the sink options but according to the granite guy either of these sinks should work. To me the ladena and MIRU1812 look very close and according to the specs are very similar in size. I was wondering if anybody could actually tell me how deep these sinks are


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RE: Mirabelle MIRU1812 or Kohler Ladena

  • Posted by Babka 9b NorCal (My Page) on
    Wed, Aug 28, 13 at 19:21

I looked up both of them and they each give a depth of 8-1/4". Add the thickness of your countertop and there you are. Note that one has an overflow drain and the other doesn't, so you don't want to walk away from the sink IF the water is running with that one!

-Babka

This post was edited by Babka on Wed, Aug 28, 13 at 19:22


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RE: Mirabelle MIRU1812 or Kohler Ladena

I have the Mirabelle sink if you have any other specific questions.


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RE: Mirabelle MIRU1812 or Kohler Ladena

I was wondering if you could tell me the interior depth of the basin to the overflow on the Mirabelle sink. According to the product specifications on the Kohler sink the water depth is 4 5/8 inches.


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