what are the dimensions of the holes and unfinished side for wall mounting this sink?
Mission Wall Mount/ Table Mount Lavatory Sink
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- Elegant and simple, this sink complements any bathroom decor
- Bathroom sink can be installed either on a tabletop or wall mount
- Vitreous china is baked at high temperatures so the surface is stain-resistant, easy to clean and germ-resistant
- White color
- Single faucet hole and overflow allow for easier installation
- Tiered sides and single faucet hole
- Crafted of durable vitreous china
- Drain hole measures 1.75 inches
- Pre-drilled for wall mount
- Back is unfinished for either wall-mount or back-mount
- Interior dimensions: 15.75 inches long x 11.375 inches wide x 4.75 inches deep
- Exterior dimensions: 23.625 inches long x 18 inches wide x 5.75 high
- *Drain not included
Wall mount installation hardware not included. Professional installation recommended.To prevent leaks, use an ASME A112.19.2 compliant drain and apply drain sealant around drain hole before installing the drain. Instantly create a modern and updated look for any bathroom in a home or office with this sink. Stain resistant, it is easy to clean and is built to last for a long time. Designed with flexibility in mind, this sink mounts to the wall or can be installed on a tabletop.
|Dimensions||7 in. H x 17.5 in. W x 23.5 in. L|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Style||Other Sinks Wall Mount|
|Width||16 - 25"|
|Height||6 - 7" 6"" - 7""|
|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||Bottom Center|
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This is a nice sink but be aware of a few things. This can NOT be mounted fully ontop of counter as the lowest part of the sink bowl is lower than the bottom of the sides, so an opening will have to be cut into the counter to place this sink slightly into. The back of the sink is not finished so it will have to be put fully against a wall. Be careful when buying your tap as if you have a drain lever behind the taps spout then it is likely to be too close to the mirror or wall that you are mounting the sink to as the hole for the tap on the sink is very close to the back of the unit. It is a great looking sink, it almost looks hand made as it is not perfect in shape. it is good value for the quality and the size.Read More
I bought this sink for a bathroom remodel and have been using it for about a month. It is delightful! I read the reviews before I purchased and knew that it is designed as a wall-mount. My contractor placed it on/in my counter and backed it up against the backsplash. It's lovely. Everyone I've shown says it's a beautiful, eye-catching component of the bath. I like the depth of the bowl (deeper than most) and the wide sides and back. I also like that it sits into the counter so that it is not completely on top of the counter. The shipping was quick and easy, and it arrived on time and damage free. I couldn't be happier!Read More
Unfortunately I tend to have expensive taste...This is a really nice sink at a fraction of the price of the ones I was initially looking at (and would not have bought, for an extra bathroom). The shape is unique and really interesting. I was not worried about the unfinished back. There were several scuff marks on the side which easily came out with Soft Scrub and a soft rag.Read More
I love these sinks! I bought two for a bathroom renovation, which will include countertops of reclaimed wood. I really like that they will be partially sunken, to add a contemporary look while also making it easier for little hands to reach the faucets (since they won't sit as high above the countertop as traditional vessels). I have not installed yet. I can confirm that the backs of the sink are not finished, but I plan to hang mirrors higher, so this doesn't concern me. For those concerned, I believe some high gloss enamel paint would likely do the trick to fix.Read More
This sink is not a table mount model since the back of the sink has holes to mount on the wall, and the back panel is 3" taller than the sides, causing it to not sit flat on the table surface. It is nice quality and would work well as a wall mount model, but it really isn't a table mount model, unless you are flushing it against the wall.Read More
OK as table mount but contractor and I agree it's going to need additional support underneath to remain in place. Back wall thickness is not adequate to secure sink this size to the wall, I'm afraid the front of the sink will break off if someone leans on it. Probably should have gone for the $*** wall mount I wanted, extra work supporting this will be almost the difference.Read More
It's quite heavy and should have come with brackets. We had to go out and buy something to support it. Also, instead of bolts with SCREWS in which no regular screw driver will fit, it would be nice to have BOLTS so we could put a ratchet on the end to screw it down.Read More
The sink is beautiful and fits in the counter just right, however I would not have been prepared for the actual installation unless I had read one of the reviews first. The sink is not flat on the bottom and comes with a template for the cut out. These dimensions would have been very helpful on the product description from Overstock! The other feature which is not described by O is that the back of the sink is not finished which in my case doesn't matter but other buyers may not be aware of it unless they too read the reviews.Read More
While the description stated that the sink wall mount kit was not included, I mistakenly thought that to puchase said kit was a simple thing-it is not. Most sinks come with the wall mounting kit. Fortunately my contractor is able to fabricate the kit, otherwise I would be in bug trouble.Read More
Overstock is GREAT, took return with NO issue! The product looked great and is what I wanted, just port quality in craftmanship - totally bummed.Read More
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Hello 5thm4rgn, please refer to this installation guide for proper measurements; http://www.overstock.com/downloads/pdf/11134462.pdf. Thanks for shopping with us!
overall width: 23 ½", hang holes at 8-9' and 15-16"; hang holes 3" from top, ½" deep; back of sink is only ¼" wide, material does not look sturdy enough to support sink without breaking out if someone leaned on it.
what are the dimensions of the cutout for installing this sink in a counter top?
Hi calirafox, thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately this information is unavailable at the moment. We apologize for the inconvenience. The link provided in the product details is the only information we have on this item at this time.
Is this sink ADA compliant?
Hello mhmkcenna, This sink is not listed as ADA compliant. Thank you for shopping with us.
Does this come with the hanging hardware? If not has the previous question from 4/18/2012 been resolved?
This does not come with the hard ware. You can find the hardware at your local hardware store.
where do you get the installation hardware for wall mount sinks
Thank you for your inquiry. You can go to any local hardware store for necessary parts needed for completion.
how high is the part that sits ABOVE the counter? (trying to figure out how high it will come up off the counter, not including the part that drops down under the countertop.)
This item would sit 5.75 inches high.
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