My bathroom vanity is 18" deep by 48" wide. Will this sink fit and can it be semi recessed?
Very lovely. Gorgeous color....
Blue Tempered Glass Vessel Bathroom Sink
The look of museum-quality art glass is captured in this blue, glass, vessel bathroom sink. But its made of strong, heat- and break-resistant tempered glass to withstand daily use. The squared shape is a bold accompaniment to modern home style.
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- Sink type: Bathroom
- Sink style: Vessel
- Sink material: Tempered glass
- Drain hole: Standard 1.875 inches
- Exterior dimensions: 16.5 inches length x 16.5 inches wide x 5.125 inches high
- Interior dimensions: 15.063 inches length x 15.063 inches wide x 4.625 inches deep
- Color: Matte blue
- Drain is not included
- Model number: PEVSQFB4
|Width||16 - 25"|
|Height||5 - 6" 5" - 6" 5"" - 6""|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Basin Depth||Less than 5 Inch|
|Bowl Depth||Up to 7 inches|
|Number of Basin||Single Basin|
|Number of Hole||1|
|Sink Drain location||Center|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
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Very lovely. Gorgeous color.Read More
The translucent aspect of this vessel sink picks up the colors of the countertop and is just lovely.Read More
After spending hours and hours shopping for vessel sinks for our new home, we reluctantly purchased this one. It was easy to install and the color is accurately depicted. Great product!Read More
The quality of this sink made this an incredible steal. It was well packaged and I saw no flaws that would cause it to be such a bargain.Read More
great color fabulous design it's shipped on time: easy it was easy to installthe perfect height it looks beautiful in the bathroom you talkRead More
Nothing compares to seeing the sink in person, but it looks great. Great Packaging: The sink was fitted into styrofoam packaging, so the bowl itself was packaged in styrofoam as well as a styrofoam bowl was fitted into the bowl of the glass sink itself. Arrived with the cardboard box intact, all seems still taped down, box sealed. Look: Definitely a statement, it works for our bathroom (double sink, kids bathroom). Was going for a clean, modern look. Grey, speckled granite counter (originally had broken recycled glass, ground down in concrete with a confetti look but at the end went with the granite). (the faucet and drain also purchased from O and is great as well). The floor is grey-pearlized type matte, oversized rectangular porcelain tiles. Walls are 9x16 white tiles with blue, green and metallic silver glass mosaic strips for accent. The blue sinks pop. Ties in with the blue in the accent tiles (which is the only other color in the room). Quality: great, no bubbles in glass. Glass sink is thicker than I thought. No flaws. Purchased the silver mounting ring to go under the sink (between sink and the granite counter). Water just seems to bead off glass and sweep down the sides into the drain. Slope of the sink is great---was concerned that with the water pressure, the water would pour out the faucet up with force spill up the side of the sink---doesn't happen. Overall: would make the same choice. Almost went with a porcelain bowl...but decided for a little more "fun" and punch of color.Read More
I really like this sink. One thing to note is that glass really shows the dirt (water spots, etc.), so it will need a little extra cleaning if you want to always have it look nice.Read More
This is truly a beautiful vessel sink. The sink weight is much heavier than I anticipated. A sign of top quality, and the deep blue color is wonderful. In a phrase...Yes I'd buy it again.Read More
I was so pleased with the vessel sink. Was just what I was looking for. Received in excellent condition and within the time frame. So Happy!Read More
We are really looking forward to installing this in our bath renovation, it is gorgeous and we are so thankful to have found it for such a great price on overstock.com.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello 1sarasota1, Yes, the Blue Tempered Glass Vessel Bathroom Sink could work, you will have to do a lot of recessing.Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
I have purchased this vessel sink. The cabinet opening I am considering has an opening with the following inches: 24"w x 18"d. My faucet requires that it be 2" from the backsplash. If I get a countertop that is cut to the exact specification will I have enough space to accommodate the vessel and faucet? Or should I get a 24"w x 21"d cabinet to allow for the two items?
Thank you for your purchase of the Blue Tempered Glass Vessel Bathroom Sink. It will be a beautiful addition to any home. In researching your question about the space for the faucet and sink to the back splash you would be better off getting the 24" X 21" measurement. You may have an extra inch to play with but it is always better to have to much than to little. We hope this has answered your question today and if you need further assistance please do not hesitate in asking. Again, thank you so much for your business.
I had my Faucet set to the side-which is what I would recommend if you can arrange it
If you still want to get these sinks, you could always consider installing the faucet to the left or the right of the sink, vice behind it.
Can this be undermounted
Thank you for your interest. Unfortunately, this item is a tabletop mount sink. It cannot be undermounted. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
No- it is Top Mount only
Does this sink come with a hot/cold spiket
No, this is a freestanding vessel with a drain hole. Neither the drain pop-up nor faucet are included.
what drain does it take the size of the drain
It is 2.5 inches in diameter.
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