Can I replace the pop up drain with my own brushed nickle one
Love these vessel sinks...very good quality and style....
Add unique style and beauty to your bathroom decor with this white tulip ceramic vessel sink. The tulip-shaped sink has a gleaming white interior and exterior and is stain-resistant and easy to clean, and the sink also includes a chrome pop-up drain.
- Add an elegant touch to your bathroom with a Kraus vessel sink
- Tulip-style ceramic 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 complement any style of bathroom decor
- Chrome pop-up drain is included
- Measures 15.5 inches long x 15 inches wide x 6 inches high
- Hole size required is 1.75 inches
- Overflow: No
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|Width||10 - 15"|
|Height||5 - 6" 5"" - 6""|
|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|
|Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|Materials||Vitreous China, Porcelain|
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Love these vessel sinks...very good quality and style.Read More
This is a beautiful and classy vessel sink, well designed. It added a perfect touch to the toilette.Read More
recently redid downstairs 1/2 bath and knew I wanted top mount sink. designer recommended a round and I felt I wanted a square and this sink was a perfect compromise.I wasn't the installer and heard nothing from those installing if there was any issuesRead More
The tulip sink was just what I was looking for and arrived on time.Read More
This was a perfect size and shape for my powder room. It goes very well with dark wood vanity and brushed nickel faucet.Read More
I ordered a couple of other sinks and they were too large and seemed inferior in quality then I discovered this one on Overstock. It's installed now and we love it! It's smaller to accomodate our reduced depth bath cabinet. I would suggest a vessel faucet that flows directly down into the sink but other than that it's awesome and the larger base area allows for easier adjustment when installing. The Kraus name imprinted on the rim is just a tad off centered so we placed that to the front side and nobody noticed. Be sure to note that the drain is chrome, if that makes a difference. All in all a great deal and a beautiful sink.Read More
this was the third sink i bought for this bathroom (my fault, not Overstock). I had to send the others back - square was too large and recessed was too ugly. this one is perfect! it is slightly smaller and shorter than the huge 16 and 17 inch bowls, but yet sits totally on top, not recessed. Our vanity is only 25" and the spout comes out of the wall at a low angle, so the "tulip" shape was perfect to allow extra spout room where it curves down. I highly recommend this product. it also shipped quickly .Read More
LOVE this bowl, and installed 4 of them in 2 bathrooms. Added much elegance, and I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for something different.Read More
This sink is so cute! I think it is more interesting than the saucer shape vessel sinks that are so common now. I think it can be used as a more contemporary look or traditional. I was worried that water would splash out but it doesn't. I have a brushed nickel faucet and this comes with a chrome pop-up stopper which looks ok but I might swap it out for a brushed nickel one someday. (That can be purchased separately). My husband installed it himself with no problem (but he is a handy sort). I wouldn't hesitate to get this sink if you are interested in a vessel type!Read More
We were very impressed with this sink. Can't wait to see it on our new vanity! The quality if very good and it is a very solid sink. The delivery was a lot quicker than we expected!Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello Lakeside, yes, you can replace the pop up drain with your own. Thank you for shopping with us!
The instructions recommend a 5" hole in the countertop. This seems rather large and I'm afraid my mounting ring would just fall through. Is this a misprint?
Hello adamrobertson, this sink does not require a mounting ring, and should only be installed with the Pop up Drain. Thank you for shopping with us.
Do I need to install a mounting ring with this sink
Thank you for shopping Overstock.com. Yes, you will want to use a mounting ring for this sink.
Can you tell me how wide the base is on the bottom outside? (How much of the counter around the drain is covered by the base?)
Thank you for you question. The diameter of the bottom of the sink measures 8 3/8". Since the suggested hole size to cut out in the granite is 5" then the counter around the drain will be 3 3/8". Have a nice day!
Can I get the item without the pop up drain because I already have a pop up with my current faucet, if so will the price be different?
No unfortunately the drain comes standard with the sink.
Does this sink have an overflow?
Thank you for contacting us jblack25. This doesn't have an overflow. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
What is the height from the bottom to the lowest dip where the faucet would go over? I know it is 6 inches to the top of the tulip. What about the bottom of the lip? Thanks.
The bottom of the lip is about 5.5"
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