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Do these under sink storage cabinets exist in the US?!

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Old 01-09-17, 07:42 PM
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Do these under sink storage cabinets exist in the US?!

So, I had my bathroom cabinets removed in my apartment and replaced with a porcelain wall sink similar to this one:[ATTACH=CONFIG]75575[/ATTACH]
in order to be ADA compliant.

I'm trying to find some type of cabinet to put underneath that can fit around the pipes.
I've found quite a few like this: http://www.romanathome.com/magazine/...t-313__600.jpg
I like that design and it seems effective. My only problem is that I cannot find any site that's actually selling such a cabinet. Only random image blogs covered in tags that lead you nowhere. The one time I did find some for sale they were only on a German and UK site neither of which shipped to the US. So, is this type of cabinet not something that can be found here?
I'd like something like this rather than having to resort to cheap looking Rubbermaid drawers.

PS: Every time I try searching for anything like it via google the only things that are popping up are organizers for underneath a bathroom cabinet. The problem is that I don't HAVE a bathroom cabinet so organizers won't do me any good unless I wanna put them on the floor.
 
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Old 01-09-17, 08:20 PM
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Welcome to the forums.

On DIY we allow one thread per topic. That means your thread is only here in designing bathrooms. The pros will be by to offer you help.
 
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If you inclose it like in that picture how would it still be ADA compliant?
 
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It doesn't have to be ADA compliant while I'm in the unit. They just had to have the model of the bathrooms in all our studio units be compliant for any future tenants. If that makes sense. Obviously I'd take any cabinet that I purchase out when I move so it will again be compliant.
 
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Heck, seems like it would be very easy to modify just about any cabinet or old piece of furniture to fit around the piping. A jig saw and maybe some thin plywood if needed for the back would be all it would take.
 
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Here's one that might work for you:

Weatherby Bathroom Pedestal Sink Storage Cabinet - Improvements Catalog

It would be better if the sink was further away from the left wall, but you have to work with what you have.

Ikea has a few nice looking cabinets. There are also some cabinets that have 2 drawers underneath, but the plumbing hookup gets complicated.

To find more options, use the search term 'pedestal sink cabinet' or pedestal wrap around cabinet.

Edit: We all posted about the same time, I like the Montreal model Pete linked to.
 
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