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Sink size/shape for 25"x25" corner vanity

Posted by cali42 (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 13, 13 at 2:49

Please help me to choose an undermount sink for our small corner vanity in the powder room. I'm unsure as to the size I should be looking at since it will positioned diagonally to the corner. The vanity is 25" on each side.

Oval ? Rectangle? Square? The countertop will be granite so I don't want to give up too much counter space with a large sink. But not too small where hand washing will be a splashing event. just want the sink to look proportional to the countertop. Size, shape, any suggestions are greatly appreciated. Thank you!


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RE: Sink size/shape for 25"x25" corner vanity

Is the vanity curved, straight or angled? Shape of sink could either complement or offset the vanity and/or tub.

As far as size, that is dependent upon the way you use the sink, the configuration and size of the faucet, and the amount of counter space you want on the sides.

Best thing may be to cut out some sink templates and pantomime operating the faucet, washing your hands and brushing your teeth, etc. Also walk into the room and look at the template on the vanity top and see if you like it. Make a decision and then go back 2 days later and see if you still like it.

Design plus touchy feely. I think it's a very personal decision

But with that said, I browsed Houzz and saw round sinks, dropin, undermount and vessel when I searched for corner vanities.

Here is a link that might be useful: Kohler round and undermount sinks

This post was edited by Anna_in_TX on Sat, Dec 14, 13 at 11:48


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RE: Sink size/shape for 25"x25" corner vanity

Here are the round Toto sinks. The one with sanagloss may be a good choice as far as cleaning.

Here is a link that might be useful: Toto Round undermount sinks


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