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Bathroom Vanity (actually chest) and vessel sink issue

I have a very old Victorian home with a tiny bath.  I am repurposing a chest that is 12" deep for a vanity.  I am wanting to use a vessel sink on top.  The smallest depth I could find was 12".  the faucet would have to be mounted onto the chest.  I'm guessing I need about 4-5" of space behind the sink for the faucet.  Does anyone think it woud be an issue for the sink to stick out over the chest  about 4-5"?

 

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Posted 2013-03-15T19:09:47+0000  by PrescottLady PrescottLady
 

Hi Prescott Lady, 

 

 

Have you thought about placing the faucet in the corner of the cabinet (chest) instead? This will probably give you an extra 3”-4" inches of extra space you need.

 

Another option is to reroute the plumbing and have the faucet mount onto the wall.

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In my opinion, with chest only being 12” deep, bowl will look disproportionate with 3”-4” offset.

 

Hope this helps and please do not hesitate to post back with any additional questions you may have.

 

Posted 2013-03-18T15:01:11+0000  by George_HD_CHI
 
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