Model # 0641.008.021

Internet #202502020

American Standard Boulevard 19 in. Pedestal Sink Basin in Bone-DISCONTINUED

Discontinued American Standard

Boulevard 19 in. Pedestal Sink Basin in Bone-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

The Boulevard Collection is designed with an uptown attitude. Bold and sophisticated, Boulevard brings a touch of Bauhaus mid-century modern to any decor. Boulevard coordinates well with a variety of fixtures and faucets within the American Standard family of products.

  • Vitreous china material provides added durability and is easy to clean for reduced maintenance
  • 8 in. faucet holes for widespread faucet applications (faucet not included)
  • Flat bottom allows for use as an above-counter or countertop sink
  • Rear overflow helps reduce spilling
  • Basin has flat bottom to also allow use as an above counter or drop-in counter sink



Inner bowl front to back length (in.)
Inner bowl side to side width (in.)


Collection Name
Color Family
Faucet Hole Spacing (in.)
8 in. Widespread
Vitreous China
Overflow location
Product Weight (lb.)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 1-year

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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the measurement from the wall to front of the sink?

What is the measurement from the wall to front of the sink?
Asked by: AJ
The wall to the front of the sink measures 19".
Answered by: AmericanStandardBrands
Date published: 2017-04-27

Can the Boulevard be set down into the counter so just the top rim is exposed and the bowl is below the counter?

We have a very small buffet we are converting to a vanity and this would work if we could submerge the lower portion of the sink into the counter otherwise it would be too tall. If we could do this, what are the dimensions of that lower portion of the bowl?
Asked by: Anonymous
This could be a bit complicated. You will note that the sinktop has a rather thick rim, so the sink would be elevated about 3" if it were sitting on your counter. The bottom of the rim has flat areas (roughly 1" wide) around the front and the two sides (and the center of the back), which would allow it to sit on your counter. The trick is to cut out a properly shaped and sized hole to fit the sink, while providing the surrounding support. (Of course, the edges will have to be sealed to prevent spillage from leaking through.) The back of the sink is designed to fit flush against a wall, and it's bottom edge is mostly flat; but it has two irregularly shaped "dog ears" hanging down near either side -- so the back part of your opening would have to be carefully cut to allow counter support along the flat part, but also allow space for the dog ears to hang down. Note also that the sink's back rim (vertical) surface is flat, and doesn't have the shiny white finish. That might be a concern to you if the sinktop is sitting out from the wall. (In my case, it's sitting atop a vanity, and the back is flush to the wall -- so no problem.) If you go on the American Standard web site and look for the technical specs for this sink, you can find the bowl dimensions -- but as I recall, the "dog ear" situation might not be evident from the drawings. Of course, you will need room for the bowl, drain, etc below your countertop. But I assume that won't be a problem.
Answered by: Bruno
Date published: 2017-01-05

can this sink be put in a vanity?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, This sink can be mounted above counter. You just need to be sure that you have a large enough countertop area to cut out and allow the bottom portion of the sink room to hang below. You can find the sinks dimensions at the american standard website, or I think HD also has a pdf showing the same thing. The included template makes mounting this on top of a flat coutertop very easy. I did this with mine and it looks great, especially considering the realitively low price compared to designer above counter vessel sinks.
Answered by: deuce6911
Date published: 2015-09-17

What is the width of the sink from the outside left side to the outside right side? The Home Depo...

What is the width of the sink from the outside left side to the outside right side? The Home Depot Specs say the sink width is 11", yet the specs say the bowl is 17" wide, which is impossible.
Asked by: Kl
The overall outside size of the bowl is 24 x 19 inches.
Answered by: AmericanStandardBrands
Date published: 2017-07-04
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Customer Reviews

Boulevard 19 in. Pedestal Sink Basin in Bone-DISCONTINUED is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Attractive bathroom sink We bought this sink for an existing cutout, replacing an outdated, old sink. The cutout (approx. 20" wide x 18.5 deep) was larger than the sink required, but still fit ok, just a little lower than it normally would. Also, it didn't completely cover the back against the wall, but I was able to caulk it to keep water away - and no one can see it anyway. It was really difficult if not impossible to find a sink that exactly fits our existing cutout....obviously, we couldn't.. (The 18.5" from front to back should be less for optimal results) It took a little longer than it might have, due to the existing cutout, but wasn't too hard. We made sure that it sat securely before using brackets to hold it in place. Mind you, the warranty requires using the provided cutout pattern, but we are experienced enough to use the existing cutout. Know what you are doing. It sits on the counter and adds a nice touch to an older bathroom. Very nice quality sink, looks beautiful and does the job! We do admit that we wish the existing cutout would have been what is recommended for the sink, but I would buy this sink again even knowing what we know now.
Date published: 2016-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great looking Sink I installed this above counter and it looks great. Very easy, just used included template for cut-out and set sink on a thick bead of silicone. I ordered the single hole model; some folks may want to go for the three hole model as single hole faucet selection was a lot more limited than I expected. Overall excellent product at a reasonable price.
Date published: 2013-05-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good value, decent quality This product looks good though the fit and finish is lacking somewhat. The basin doesn't seem to fit properly on the base so there is a fair amount of trial and error during setup.
Date published: 2013-04-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Gorgeous Sink I work in the design center for a home builder. This is by far the most popular above counter sink choice for my clients. Beautiful, modern lines and extremely functional. Clients really like that they have options to install it higher or lower (most select lower). Only 2 drawbacks are that the overflow is visible and the back of the sink is open, preventing installation for a full counter-to-ceiling mirror behind it.
Date published: 2012-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect size The sink was just the size I was looking for. My bathroom is small and this sink fits nicely.
Date published: 2015-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Satisfied with quality and price. Fast delivery. Looks good, although the surface could be smoother. We're using as a vanity-top sink (no pedestal). Good fit to the vanity, after some cutting of the back of the vanity to accommodate the rear (wall-mount) parts of the sink. The old familiar American Standard logo is not embedded in the surface, but instead attached on the side as a little sticker (a bit cheesy). It was interesting to note that this "American Standard" sink was produced in China. Time will tell about performance.
Date published: 2012-07-03
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