Friday, 27 September 2013

Sink placement for our downstairs bathroom vanity

Thank you all for your feedback on my last post. I am leaning towards the tho long drawers option, but am still worried if 28.5cm on either side of the sink will be sufficient for a main bathroom...

The upstairs powder room is sorted, and it will just have two doors with a shelf inside.

But, there is still the downstairs bathroom which I am unsure about, and would love to hear your advice. The vanity is the first thing you see when you enter the bathroom and we've only got 1m to work with. There is a toilet on the left of the vanity and the wall is on the right... 

Below are the three sink placement options I've outlined in one of our existing vanities.

  • Top: basin 10cm from the edge of the vanity on the left
  • Middle: basin pushed far left - provides maximum bench space on the right, for placing hair drying/change of clothes, but will this cause splashing on the left?
  • Bottom: basin centred - is symetric

PS. The "trial" plantation shutters for our home office/gym, and bedrooms 3 and 4 have now been installed and look fantastic. We are happy and will be ordering the rest very soon. YAY! Some progress at last :)


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