A few months ago, I was perusing the As Is section at my local Ikea and came upon this:
A clean and modern sink that will fit in my bathroom for $30? Yes please. It was a bit of an impulse buy, but I loved it. I brought it home and placed it in the garage until it was time to install the vanity. A few weeks went by and we tiled and tiled and admittedly put the project on pause a few times. Soon I realized we would need to get a vanity. I measured the width of the sink and placed an order with Home Depot for this vanity for $128.
I wanted patiently for a text from Home Depot to arrive to tell me I could come pick up my new vanity. As soon as I got it, I got Alex into the Sentra and we excitedly made our way to the store. We picked up the vanity (and some new house keys) and almost couldn’t get it into the car. As soon as we got home, I had to take it out and put the hardware on. Then I just HAD to put the sink on “for a dry run.” Guess what I didn’t measure? The depth of the sink. It’s about 3 inches too short. I could have cried. I really thought the bathroom purchases were done.
Today is the day decisions are made. We already tried HOBO for a different sink, but they don’t carry any sinks in that size in white. Because they hate me, I’m sure of it. Tonight we try out the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. If we don’t find anything there then I am buying a generic white sink from Home Depot and calling it a day.
4 thoughts on “The Unsinkable Bathroom”
What about the vessel sink?! That’s my dream sink.
I love the vessels I’ve seen! For some reason, our vanity seems really high already (36 in) so I don’t think we could do one. We are all pretty in love with the vanity. If I ever get to have my way with the upstairs guest bathroom, it’s getting double vessels.
YES. I just love the idea that maybe I wouldn’t get water all over the counter. Let me emphasize the word, idea.
Haha, no system is perfect! But just imagine the possibility of bf beard hair and toothpaste splatter containment.