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Strange designs: Contractor thinks sink need not be centered
July 3, 2014 in Design Dilemma
Our contractor had a custom built 78" cabinet made for our master bathroom. There is a cabinet with two doors on each side with a center bank of drawers. There are three wall mounted light sconces and two separate mirrors. In order to center with the mirror between the lights, the undercount sink would not end up centered over the cabinet doors. Part of the undermount sink was to be placed on one side of the cabinet door with part of the sink lying over a portion of the top drawer in the center bank of drawers. This would be repeated on the other end of the cabinet as there are two sinks. I stopped this and am trying to figure out how to best fix this. Options are to 1) rebuild the cabinet; or 2) affix one large mirror and use 2 lights. Anyone have any ideas on how else to help fix this? The attached picture is not to scale so though it looks like room to work with, the lights can't be moved further because of wall switches and a shower on the other end.