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Old 07-10-2020, 01:02 PM   #1
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Thinking about a bathroom sink

I've been kicking around a concept/idea for a bathroom sink in our Nest that wouldn't require modifying it very much. Obviously I'd use a metal sink this size with a drain Maybe a different sprayer attachment also??
Any other or better ideas out there?
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Old 07-10-2020, 06:30 PM   #2
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I've been kicking around a concept/idea for a bathroom sink in our Nest that wouldn't require modifying it very much. Obviously I'd use a metal sink this size with a drain Maybe a different sprayer attachment also??
Any other or better ideas out there?
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I should have mentioned the sink is on a hinge, so it stows in the cabinet when not in use. I also plan on using a flexible drain line.
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I should have mentioned the sink is on a hinge, so it stows in the cabinet when not in use. I also plan on using a flexible drain line.
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What is the size of your pan. I was thinking if I could find a fiberglass fabricator one could be made to fit above the ledge across the ledge. it would be 9" on the sides, 5" in the back, and 19" across the front. Wrote the people who made the body but they were not interested since it was not something they could just pull off the shelf. Also the way the shower head is connected looks like a splitter could be put in and another added for just the sink. looks like your Idea would work. Would be nice to have a sink.
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What is the size of your pan. I was thinking if I could find a fiberglass fabricator one could be made to fit above the ledge across the ledge. it would be 9" on the sides, 5" in the back, and 19" across the front. Wrote the people who made the body but they were not interested since it was not something they could just pull off the shelf. Also the way the shower head is connected looks like a splitter could be put in and another added for just the sink. looks like your Idea would work. Would be nice to have a sink.
The pan in the photo isn't the sink I'm going to use, but it is close to the same size. The sink is 10 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 6" deep. I agree about the possibility of a splitter. I'm still considering all options -- not even sure if I'm going to do this.
Another consideration is that my idea requires removing the toilet paper holder inside the cabinet. Thanks for your input!
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What is the size of your pan. I was thinking if I could find a fiberglass fabricator one could be made to fit above the ledge across the ledge. it would be 9" on the sides, 5" in the back, and 19" across the front. Wrote the people who made the body but they were not interested since it was not something they could just pull off the shelf. Also the way the shower head is connected looks like a splitter could be put in and another added for just the sink. looks like your Idea would work. Would be nice to have a sink.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/8027688...opper-bathroom

Found this and wondering if it would work on top of the ledge.
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https://www.etsy.com/listing/8027688...opper-bathroom

Found this and wondering if it would work on top of the ledge.
The colors definitely work with the Nest!
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The pan in the photo isn't the sink I'm going to use, but it is close to the same size. The sink is 10 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 6" deep. I agree about the possibility of a splitter. I'm still considering all options -- not even sure if I'm going to do this.
Another consideration is that my idea requires removing the toilet paper holder inside the cabinet. Thanks for your input!
How tall is that wood floor in your bathroom and where did you get it.

Also I am working on a custom copper vessel sink that would work in the corner. Will post when I have more info.
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How tall is that wood floor in your bathroom and where did you get it.
Not sure on the height, but i'd guess 1 1/2" at most. (I'll measure it later)

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How tall is that wood floor in your bathroom
It is 1 1/4" thick
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Still thinking...

Another option...
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Another option...
That looks a lot simpler them what I was looking at. My Nest has been sitting at Virginia Airstream for 3 weeks so my project is on hold. I really like it. where did you find the sink.
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That looks a lot simpler them what I was looking at. My Nest has been sitting at Virginia Airstream for 3 weeks so my project is on hold. I really like it. where did you find the sink.
I purchased the sink on Ebay, but I cut the back to fit with a 10" diamond saw blade for cutting ceramic tile. I'll post more details later if the project works out OK
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Getting closer...

I know I'm probably boring everyone with this

Looks like this just might work! The sink is just sitting there/uninstalled with weather stripping around the edge. I am going to have to get creative with the 90 degree drain, but other than that, I like it. It doesn't seem to be in the way at all when you're standing in the bathroom. The faucet and drain are from a marine supply store.
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I know I'm probably boring everyone with this

Looks like this just might work! The sink is just sitting there/uninstalled with weather stripping around the edge. I am going to have to get creative with the 90 degree drain, but other than that, I like it. It doesn't seem to be in the way at all when you're standing in the bathroom. The faucet and drain are from a marine supply store.
Not boring me, I want a sink as well. What type of saw did you use with your blade to cut it. Also a parts list if you don' mind. Exciting!
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That looks fantastic, nice fit.
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Not boring me, I want a sink as well. What type of saw did you use with your blade to cut it. Also a parts list if you don' mind. Exciting!
I just used my Makita 10" chop saw with some water running on the blade. I'm not saying this is the way to do it, but it's what I had to work with. Proceed with caution!
I'll let you know about the parts list after I assemble everything. Don't want to steer you the wrong way...
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Sink came in today. really fast.
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Sink came in today. really fast.
Now your fun begins!
I stared at mine this morning trying to come up with a plan that mounts the sink very securely, but still allows for maintenance of the faucet/plumbing. I've got a plan...I think
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