GODMORGONSink cabinet with 2 drawersArticle Number003.441.06
This product has multiple packages.
Width: 18 ¾ "
Height: 3 ¼ "
Length: 40 ½ "
Weight: 40 lb 8 oz
Width: 14 "
Height: 3 ¼ "
Length: 40 ½ "
Weight: 32 lb 5 oz
DALSKÄRBath faucet with strainerArticle Number202.812.97
Width: 9 "
Height: 2 ¾ "
Length: 13 ½ "
Weight: 3 lb 11 oz
Width: 21 "
Height: 7 ¼ "
Length: 42 "
Weight: 66 lb 9 oz
just perfect!Lucerojust perfect!5
ConfusionReece C.How do you slide in the drawers when the sink plumbing is in the way??3
Bathroom vanityCeciliaBeautiful product. The only thing that we have is the clamp does not fit to our bathroom connection and we need to reshape one of the drawers but it looks amazing5
i like the way theDouglasi like the way the system has minimized the amount of plumbing and maximized drawer space.5
Great VanityJuanG22Great Vanity. For all floating vanities unless you have a concrete block wall you need to reinforce the wall before installing it. Attach the vanity only to the studs even though they are wood is not enough. Or you can use legs...5
Nice looking vanity - Very bad mounting designredingtonrayDesigner, you wiffed on the mounting design of this cabinet. There are 4 tabs in the back corners for mounting directly to a wall to give the vanity a floating, or cantilevered appearance. the tabs are approx 39 inches apart horizontally. Wall studs are 16 inches apart in construction. It's impossible to have the brackets attached to two wall studs simultaneously. So, unless you have unlimited space to mount the unit and don't have to worry about it being off center, you can mount the tabs from one side to a at least one stud only. Because of the size of the bathroom I have, (and wanting the vanity to be centered on the wall) I had to forgo the tabs and drill and insert lag bolts through the upper back of the unit and into the wall studs that are 16 apart. Here's the big problem with that: there's only one cross bar that you can mount this thing to the wall with and it is about 4 inches below the top of the cabinet in the rear ( and it is pretty much just particle board with a vinyl veneer attached to the sides with only 4 cams and and a couple of dowels). Soooo when the extremely heavy sink is attached to the top of the vanity it actually pulls the sink away from the wall at the top. I tried construction adhesive but the vanity and sink were way too heavy. So, I'm going to have to order the legs that go on the front to support this monster from falling off the wall. If I knew I would have to use legs I wouldn't have bought this in the first place and would have went with a different manufacturer with a better mounting design. So, If you are buying this, you better go ahead and order two legs along with it because you will need them. I don't see any way around it. I also have to modify the plumbing in the bathroom to use this but that's just bad luck on where this thing mounts and not IKEA's fault.2
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