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Hampton Bay

Model SB60OHD

Internet #202020625

Store SKU #369062

60x34.5x24 in. Sink Base Cabinet in Unfinished Oak

Was  $187.00
$149.60 /each

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  • Fully Assembled
  • Ready to install
  • Natural maple-laminated interior for easy cleaning

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The 60 in. Sink Base Cabinet has 2 wood drawer boxes that offer a wide variety of storage possibilities. The cabinet's oak doors feature an attractive recessed-panel design, and its solid wood door frame has an oak-veneer flat insert panel. The unfinished cabinet surface is ready for a coat of paint or stain. The cabinet is pre-configured and fully assembled, saving you time and effort in creating a beautiful home design.

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  • Composite box is sturdy
  • Solid oak doors create a stylish appearance
  • Recessed-panel door design for a classic look
  • Wood drawer boxes store lots of kitchen and bathroom items
  • Unfinished surface is ready for paint or stain
  • Full-height back panel
  • Epoxy drawer glides
  • Pre-configured and fully assembled for your convenience
  • Great choice for the kitchen, laundry room, garage, office or bathroom
  • CARB compliant
  • KCMA Environmental Stewardship Program Certificate
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Do the doors open under the are where the sink is. I'm not using it for that, but wanted to see if I could have the storage underneath.

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July 25, 2016
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Yes, the doors open to allow access for storage as well as plumbing access.
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July 10, 2016
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The doors open, but I think you mean the panel covering the area where the sink would be behind the front panels, at the drawer leve. Yes to the doors, no to the horizontal panel in the upper center portion.
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July 1, 2016
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Yes, the doors under the sink area are functional.
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July 1, 2016
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No, that's just a solid piece of wood, for decoration.
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Fontana. CA
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July 1, 2016
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Yes, the center doors do open. All the doors are functional along with the two side drawers. The entire cabinet is open inside and there are no walls that seperate the center cabinet area from the sides. Its one big open space
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Is the back of the cabinet completely closed so holes must be cut for the plumbing?

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May 9, 2016
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Frank is correct. Completely enclosed but thin.
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Palm Springs, California
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February 28, 2016
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I see there are three answers; two saying it is closed and one open. Which is it???
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December 23, 2014
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yes, but material is thin and easy to cut
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Yes the back is completely closed. so is the inside. We had to drill holes in the floor of the cabinet for our pipes to come up through. you would have to do the same in the back..
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August 25, 2014
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Hi David,
The backside of this cabinet is open, no holes for plumbing are necessary.
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Could I use this as a kitchen island and put a piece of granite on the top with about 12-24 inch overlay?

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July 6, 2016
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Yes! Reinforce the cabinet to hold weight. And purchase side and back panels to finish the piece. You might choose to add corner trim and quarter round around the bottom for a more complete/custom look.
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July 5, 2016
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No, this is not designed to be installed as an island and does not have a finished back.
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Yes you can, just remember to re enforce the cabinet too handle the weight.
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Can a sink and small dual element cooktop be installed in this one cabinet? Or is it one or the other?

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I Only advise one or the other.
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This would depend entirely upon the width of the two appliances. The overall width of the opening is about 36 inches if I remember correctly. Assuming that the cooktop is electric, I would suggest keeping them as far apart as possible. It is not likely that this arrangement would work with anything larger than a bar sink.
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Depending on the size of both items, it is possible to do. But I would look into building code before you do anything.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by This sow's ear can be made into a silk purse First, thanks to the reviewer who recommended reinforcing the floor of this base cabinet! The floor is so thin it really needs a few 2x4's under it, and the effort really pays off! I can stand in it now. The back is also incredibly thin, almost cardboard, but it makes drilling the holes for plumbing that much easier. The main feature is the solid oak face frame and doors; these are pretty good quality for the price and they accept stain well. The laminate they sell at HD for the ends of the cabinets is too thin; the face frame still extends beyond one laminated sheet. As long as I was buying this on sale I picked up extra laminate and doubled it up... it uses extra contact cement but it brings the sides out to match the face frame better. In summary if you can find it on 20% discount and you have more free time than money, this product can be brought up to a reasonable standard for use as a kitchenette... I don't think I would use it for a daily high use kitchen. It is stapled together and the drawer bottoms are thin, but other than that it's a decent value. May 10, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Looks Ok. Cheap Material If it gets wet it will fall apart! Poor Quality. Doors don't close flush. Cheap materials. Hope it never gets wet it will fall apart! August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great price for diy Have had done for 8 years and still function very well great craftsmanship .upheld great April 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by No one is calling like it is !!!! no one seems to have the guts to call this as what it is JUNK I cannot believe that the Depot would even sell this. I did this for a friend needed a counter for serving coffee in her Deli .Had to do major work on this just to keep it together, yea the front is Oak is that worth a $177 ? March 28, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not very strong. One of the center cabinet door wasn't aligned with other door. Only front side is real wood. April 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Cabinet!!! Great cabinet, for a great price. We bought 2, and made a wet bar with a fridge in the middle. Very easy to stain. May 27, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not to bad Bought this cabinet to add more cabinet space to our kitchen. Not the best construction but if your handy this can be made stronger by using L-brackets in all the corners. The plastic ones are cheep. I also enforced the bottom of the cabinet with 2X4's to make it stronger for heavier items so there will be no warping. Over all not bad for the buck, like i said if you are handy it only takes alittle tweeking to make it right. Since it was some what falling apart i asked the manager for a discount and she gave one. October 19, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by You get what you pay for We were looking to put this cabinet into a rental and were shopping price rather than quality. What you are paying for here is the very nice oak front frame and doors which we stained a golden oak. The rest of the cabinet is really cheaply thrown together. There are no shelves and everything is stapled together and some misalignment happens. But I figured on doing some work anyway to strengthen and improve the cabinet here and there. The two drawers are tiny and not very deep. I had to secure the back of the drawer slides as they were simply poked through the thin back panel with plastic retaining clips. But all-in-all this will look great when installed with a nice tile top. June 5, 2015
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