Since the sides of the bowl curves in, it feels smaller than I expected. Also, the back of the sink is not finished, so if you have a mirror all the way down to the countertop, the unfinished back will show up in the mirror. One problem with fitting this as a vessel sink to my countertop is that sits flat on the stone, so the drain hole you drill out in the countertop must be bigger than the pipe of your drain for the drain to fit snugly. Totally different from the vessel bowls which are elevated by a mounting ring. Had to spend extra 130 to get my plumber to enlarge my granite countertop hole because of this. Also, this sink does not come with pop-up drain. It also has an overflow, so make sure that you get pop-up drain with overeflow for it. Appearance wise, it does look good.
- Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes