Minimum size for double sink vanity.

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Old 03-02-08, 02:27 AM
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Minimum size for double sink vanity.

We are remodelling a condo for resale. The master bath will utilize a 60" vanity and I was planning on upgrading to a double sink base. I thought we would use a one piece top with integrated bowls. I was checking out some pics of double sink vanities and many are 72". Is 60" not large enough?
 
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60" double bowl should be easily available.
 
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Old 03-02-08, 05:20 AM
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Hi,

60'' is adequate for a double bowl. If you have exactly 60", you should check the dimensions to be sure the top will slide in. If the cabinets are 60", the vanity top will be wider.
 
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Thumbs up Minimum Size for double Sink Vanity

Commonly Bathroom Vanities Available in 24in, 30in, 36in, 48in and last 60in
 
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Welcome to the forum John but you have replied to a thread that has been dead for over five years.

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