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Kraus Rectangular Ceramic Lavatory Vessel Sink
Outfit a master bath or powder room with this uniquely modern rectangular white vessel sink. Crafted of ceramic material, this single basin sink features a smooth nonporous surface resistant to stains and includes a chrome pop-up drain.
ITEM#: 12004375Combining clean lines with elegant curves, this rectangular ceramic sink from Kraus adds a note of contemporary style to your master or guest bathroom. Designed for above-counter installation for a striking, modern look, this fixture benefits from a smooth nonporous surface that prevents staining and discoloration and allows easy maintenance.
- Add an elegant touch to your bathroom with a Kraus sink
- Rectangular ceramic vessel sink boasts a smooth, shiny white exterior and interior
- Kraus lavatory sink complements many decor designs, ranging from traditional to contemporary styles
- Smooth non-porous surface, prevents from discoloration and fading
- Resistant to stains and easily cleaned and maintained
- Designed for above counter installation
- White rectangular ceramic sink will compliment any style of bathroom decor
- Chrome pop-up drain is included
- Measures 19 inches long x 11.5 inches wide x 5 inches high
- Hole size required is 1.75 inches
- Model: KCV-122 Faucet is NOT included
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|Width||10 - 15"|
|Height||5 - 6" 5"" - 6""|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Basin Depth||5 - 11 Inch|
|Bowl Depth||Up to 7 inches|
|Number of Basin||Single Basin|
|Number of Hole||1|
|Product Features||Includes Hardware|
|Sink Drain location||Center|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|Materials||Vitreous China, Porcelain|
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Not yet installed. But, it certainly is the size I needed. Arrived timely, no damage. Looks like it is a quality sink.Read More
This sink is amazing. We were not sure we would like a vessel sink until we installed this one. LOVE ITRead More
We needed a sink for a narrow bathroom. This one fit just right. The give back with a small sink is splashing. I initially tried the faucet on the end but that was ment that hand washing was done way over to the side of the sink instead of the middle. I saw lots of messes to clean up, so I moved it behind the sink for much better results. Installing the drain is different because it's a vessel sink - It seems weird to mount the drain with the counter top between the drain and sink, but that was the process. No leaks!Read More
I used this sink on a very narrow vanity in a dental office which had a plain wall hung sink before the renovation. This sink fit perfectly. I angled the sides of the vanity for space for toothbrushes and cups on either side. Very updated and clean look.Read More
Love, love, love this sink. I had a hard time finding a vessel sink that was narrow enough to fit on my vanity and this fits perfectly with the Kraus faucet behind it. Note that if you are messy at the sink this might not be the one for you, it's shallow and the water splashes out if the water is turned on full. I'm thinking of purchasing another for a different bathroom.Read More
I have now bought two of these sinks as they are perfect for my 100yr old house with tiny bathrooms-- I had wall mounted sinks that were horrible looking and could not find a sink at the big box stores for a reasonable price-- so i took this sink and placed it on top of a bathroom storage cabinet that was not as deep as a sink cabinet-- you can find those here on the O as well- had my contractor drill holes to mount and ta-da a custom look for less than $200--- a little creativity and the O -- great combinationRead More
I bought this for a small bathroom--put it on top of a little hand-painted cupboard and installed a wall mount faucet over the top of it. This set up is beautiful--and the sink is very well made. However, it is very shallow--so we have splashing problems and have had to turn the water valve nearly shut to keep the water at a very slow flow rate into this thing. Watch what faucet you get with this, because otherwise splashing will definitely be an issue! Othat than that problem, the sink is heavy, very nice finish, true to color, and high quality look.Read More
This sink in my bathroom continually gets wonderful comments. The plumber just sort of looked at it astounded in combination with a wall mount faucet:) It does tend to splash more than inset sinks I have had. I turned it around so the Kraus logo isn't obvious. It is the perfect sink for my newly done bathroom.Read More
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Not very! Maybe 3-4 inches at deepest point. Make sure your faucet is close and centered. We did a wall mount faucet with it and had to nearly close the valve so the water didn't run very fast or it splashed all over!
I opted to answer this question not with measurements but with how I utilize the sink. Deep enough to wash your face, shave or wash a small hand washable item without making a water mess on your surroundings. The slope is perfect. I placed this sink on top of a Pier1 cabinet and used a vessel faucet. If you turn on the water full blast (high pressure) you might have a problem.
3-4 inches...it's enough, but would have liked deeper
Do i need a mounting ring for this sink?
Thank you for your interest in the Kraus Rectangular Ceramic Lavatory Vessel Sink and we found that the Vessel sink does not require a mounting ring for it. If you have any further questions then please do not hesitate to ask. Thank you and have a great day.
Nope, just set er down on the countertop.
Hi There, Can you confirm that this sink measures 19 inches long x 11.5 inches wide x 5 inches high from the outside edges? Anyone know if it comes with a template? Is there a product spec guide I can review before purchase? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!!
Thank you for your question. Yes this sink matches the dimensions you asked about. There is no a template for the skink.We will get a spec sheet for you right away. Have a great day!
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