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Sicily 30 in. W x 19 in. D Bathroom Vanity Combo in Ebony with Natural Stone Vanity Top in Travertine and Mirror

  • Fully assembled and ready to install
  • Faucet and supply lines included with purchase
  • Pre-drilled for a single-hole faucet (faucet included)
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Assembled Depth (in.)
18.62 in
Assembled Height (in.)
15 in
Assembled Width (in.)
30.04 in
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Assembly Required
Backsplash Included
Backsplash Not Included
Cabinet & Top Assembled weight (lbs)
Cabinet Color
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Particle Board
Cabinet Shade
Faucet Hole Spacing (in.)
Single Hole
Faucet Included
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Hardware Finish Family
No Additional Included Components
Medicine Cabinet Included
Medicine Cabinet Not Included
Mirror Features
No Mirror Features
Mirror Included
Mirror Included
Number of Drawers
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Number of Sinks
Single Sink
Sidesplash Included
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Adjustable Hinges
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Product Overview

Bring a beautiful focal point to your bathroom with the Sicily 30-1/2 in. Vanity Combo in Ebony with Natural Stone Vanity Top in Travertine and Mirror. Included a natural stone vanity top is easy to clean and is mildew, mold and bacteria resistant. Top is pre-drilled for the included faucet. The basin includes a pop-up drain.
  • 30-1/2 in. W x 18-8/10 in. D provides ample storage for rooms with limited space
  • Space saving with a modern floating design
  • Vanity top is offset left and includes a white porcelain vessel bowl
  • Vanity top is pre-drilled for single-hole faucet; faucet included
  • Pop-up drain included
  • Natural stone travertine top is mildew, mold and bacteria-resistant
  • Provides ample storage with spacious interior cabinet and two drawers
  • Hardware and faucet are chrome
  • 6-way adjustable European hinges
  • 28 in. x 18 in. matching mirror is designed to hang horizontally
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Questions & Answers


Does the sink come in a different color? Also, can the faucet be swapped out to a different faucet?

Asked by Ken January 22, 2018

No it doesn't come in a different color and the faucet you might be able to get in a brush finish the anchor system they have is weak I put studs to anchor into for strength hope this helped

What are the dimensions from edge to center for the drain hole in the vanity top? I'm trying to c...

Asked by repeat December 8, 2017

I accidently cracked the travertine top. I really like the color and material. Can just a top be ...

Asked by Ed November 25, 2017

Ed, Thank you for your inquiry. We can confirm that the Stone Travertine vanity top is sold exclusively with the 30-1/2 in. Siciliy vanity cabinet and cannot be purchased separately. Best Regards.

What is the height of the faucet?

Asked by doityourself November 23, 2017

Doityourself, Thank you for your inquiry. We can confirm that the height of the faucet for our Sicily 30-1/2 in. Vanity Combo is approximately 7.4 in. Best Regards

The description says the sink is circular but the specs say the basin is 11 inches long and 16 in...

Asked by doityourself November 15, 2017

Doityourself, Thank you for your inquiry. We can confirm that the bowl for our Domani Sicily 30-1/2 in. is a circle shape. The bowl measures 17 1/8 in. in diameter at the opening and 8 in. in diameter at the bottom. Best Regards.

Is this black or dark brown?

Asked by doityourself November 12, 2017

Doityourself, Thank you for your inquiry. We can confirm that the Ebony finish is a very deep, dark brown color. Best Regards.

Do you make this type of floating vanity in a 72" length?

Asked by Suzi September 9, 2017

Suzi, Thank you for your inquiry. We can confirm that the Sicily vanity is not available for purchase or order in a 72 in. width; it is only made in the 30.5 in. size. Best Regards.

Are you guys have the stone vanity top on different color

Asked by Maria September 5, 2017

Maria, Thank you for your inquiry. We can confirm that the Domani Sicily vanity combo does not come with a vanity top color other than Travertine. Best Regards.

What is the diameter of the rim of the porcelain bowl?

Asked by DIYGuy June 5, 2017

DIYGuy, Thank you for your inquiry. We can confirm that the diameter of the sink rim is going to be roughly 17.125 in. long. Best Regards.

Is there s matching linen cabinet?

Asked by May February 19, 2017

May, Thank you for your inquiry. We can confirm that we do not manufacture any matching linen cabinets for the Domani Sicily vanity. Best Regards.

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.6
    out of 44 reviews
  • 65% recommend this product
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Buyer Beware!!!
On paper, this is a great vanity set. However, nothing is what it seems. i purchased this set because it is nice looking and there are few floating vanities that fit what I needed. I did read the reviews before purchasing, but I was only aware of the color problem, which doesn't seem to occur for every set sent out. Upon receiving this set, the first mistake was that all the fixtures were chrome, when they should have been nickle. I went to the local store and they gladly exchanged new fixtures and hardware. During installation, I found that the drain wasn't long enough to properly install----so another trip to the store and I purchased a new drain, not exchanged. After installation, I noticed the sink wasn't properly draining the water. At first I thought I installed it off level but it is in the way the sink is made. The water pools around the drain do to the flat edge---horrible design. This was something that I couldn't live with, so I made another trip to the store. The employees at the store were more than helpful, unfortunately they don't stock white vessel porcelain sinks, so they contacted Home Depot Online for me. They spent about an hour on the phone then I spent another hour on the phone complaining about all the problems I have had with this set. By the end of the 2 hours, they wanted me to PURCHASE another sink. I told them they were crazy I was not paying for anything else as I have already paid for the set and more. The store associate however gladly exchanged the sink for a glass bowl they had in stock, which was my last resort. I have never written a review but I am so fed up with this purchase that I wanted to keep anyone else from making the same mistake. I spend thousands at Home Depot every year and can not believe they wanted me to purchase another sink on top of the price for the entire vanity. This was Home Depot Online, not the store, which I can't praise the employees at the store enough. This set seems like it is pieced together from left over parts from Home depot.
by Krash
13 people found this helpful
Excellent Vanity combo purchase to upgrade the small half bathroom.
This vanity combo was combined with Travertine floor and walls, coordinating with the vanity top. Must check with the store prior to verify the drain tube that was shorter that expected, the tube was exchange by another that fitted as expected.
by Toby
3 people found this helpful
Good quality vanity for price. Install was somewhat difficult
We decided to purchase this vanity after seeing it on the H.D. website because we liked the minimalist design of this vanity combo and it went well with our decor. It was replacing a very dated vanity combo that is installed in a small space in our master bedroom. Because it is going to be used as a secondary area for getting ready for work, etc. we decided to go with something smaller and with clean lines so as not to become an eyesore. We read the very helpful reviews posted by some other reviewers and we knew ahead of time that there were known problems with this vanity. We really liked the design and materials though, so we decided to buy it anyway. It was backordered and we waited a couple months for it to become available. This vanity was shipped freight to our house and arrived as scheduled very early one morning. It is quite heavy and packed on a pallet with an outer wrap box containing the inner box of all the components. It is definitely a two person job to transport this combo to where it needs to go. All the parts arrived undamaged and the packing was decent enough to protect it in transit. Bear in mind that the darker color of the particle board cabinet will show dents and scratches so be careful during your transport and install. The install requires that you mount these "j hooks" (sheet metal bent into J shapes) onto the wall and then you can lay the vanity into those hooks while you secure the corners of the vanity into the wall. No mounting screws are provided, which is fine because you need specific fasteners depending on your wall material. I found the j hooks rather complicated to use because they were bent a little out of shape and it was causing the vanity to hang off the wall in a strange way. Installation is also a two person job for sure. I found it necessary to make sure pilot holes were drilled through the vanity first before mounting to the wall to ease the screw installation. Make sure you are in a stud or otherwise are properly secured to your wall as this vanity is HEAVY by itself even before putting the slab of travertine on top. Once the cabinet is mounted to the j hooks and then the corners are secured into the wall you are ready to move on to the marble top. Once everything was secured to the wall, the travertine marble top is secured using just construction adhesive. Make sure you use one that will adhere to the marble. Then, you're on to the frustrating part of this install: the drain. Due to the small size of this vanity cabinet, you may find it necessary to modify your existing stub out, the cabinet, or both as there is not much room inside the cabinet to make connections. In our install, we chose to make it slightly off center as we wanted the room on the other side. That being said, if we did want it centered, the cold water shut off valve would have been directly behind the drawer. This vanity is definitely better for a remodel versus just a vanity change out. If you are looking for a drop and go solution, this probably isn't it. Make sure you have the required room offset from center (this is a left sink install) by dry fitting the cabinet to the wall. I had hoped that given the almost unanimous feedback that the drain included with this kit does not work, HD would have resolved this issue with the manufacturer. Indeed, they have not. The drain included with this package is not long enough to accommodate a vessel sink and the countertop. You will have about one or two threads visible after routing the drain through the sink bowl. This isn't enough to make a good seal (or really even to tighten the drain down). Thankfully, we knew to look out for this problem ahead of time and several other reviewers suggested what type of drain would work. I went back to my local store and informed them of the issue. They had me leave the drain there while they researched it. My local store was out of these drains (the Pegasus model) and the associate advised me that he would try to find one somewhere but it looked like they were being discontinued. Later that day, I got a call from the store and they told me they located one at another store. I informed them that I didn't think I should have to pay for another drain when the included one wasn't fitting correctly and they informed me that I should buy it and then bring it back to their store and they would have the manager issue a refund for the part. I was glad they found a solution but it was inconvenient to spend most of my day making trips to and from the stores to fix a problem with the drain that should have been fixed by now. They made good on that offer and I now had the correct drain to install into the vanity. We are going to put some tile behind the vanity as a backsplash so I haven't mounted the mirror yet. Overall, I am happy with the purchase but I am dissatisfied that I had to run all around to get a drain that should have been correct in the first place. If you are looking for a very sharp looking vanity then this one will fill the bill for a reasonable price.
by PDBlues
Great Modern Vanity
I have been considering this vanity combo for a while for my bathroom remodel and have read all the previous reviews. I had a few concerns with some of the issues noted by other reviewers, but for what I wanted I could not find anything else that came close to the value of this unit so I went ahead and ordered it. The combo arrived in about two weeks and came very well packaged and in great condition. Upon opening it my one concern was that the hardware would not be all brushed nickel. All the door/drawer handles were brushed nickel, however, as shown in other reviews, the faucet and drain are chrome. I find this very odd that the manufacturer packaged two different finishes of hardware. Also, it should be noted that the style of the faucet itself is different than the current stock photo shown on Home Depot's website. On to the installation. I installed this into a bathroom I remodeled so I had already tiled below it. After receiving the unit I measured to check how the existing plumbing would match up with the unit. The opening for the plumbing in the cabinet is VERY small. If you do not modify the cabinet I would suspect that most installations will need to have the water/drain lines relocated, which was the case for me. After relocating the plumbing lines I prepared to mount the frame. Although it seems straightforward, this part was more difficult than I anticipated but after a little struggling I got it mounted and it feels very solid. (Note: I debated on the proper height for the unit and settled on 32" from the floor to vanity top. This puts the sink at the proper height for most people and I'm happy I didn't make the vanity top any higher.) The rest of the installation went in relatively smoothly, EXCEPT for the drain! Having read all the other reviews I didn't expect the drain to fit, which it didn't. As others did, I purchased the Danco push button drain and it went in with no problems and comes in brushed nickel! After this it was just a matter of connecting the water and drain lines and everything was done. With the unit all in I'll say that it looks and fits great, even though the unit it replaced was 6" wider. Now on to my gripes, the first being that the faucet and drain are chrome, while the handles (and rest of my bathroom) are brushed nickel. This is partially resolved by complaint number two since another drain will need to be purchased because the included drain is not compatible! Lastly, although I plan to put up a tile back splash it would be nice if one was included. Overall, I am extremely pleased with the way the unit looks and the quality of it. It is an exceptional value and provides a very nice modern update to my bathroom. I would highly recommend the product to anyone and hope that the manufacturer fixes a couple of the issues to make it a 5 star product.
by wakeryder
24 people found this helpful
Not So Easy an Installation
I normally don’t write such as negative review, I try to be constructive and give a balanced perspective. One word: “Jigsaw” - this is going to be the handiest tool you’ll need on this project, because I had to notch the cabinet to accommodate the “stub outs” of the plumbing. While the faucet unit is nice, the tail piece threads on the pop-up drain are too short, needs to be at least 1 inch longer to accommodate the rubber O-ring, they supply and want you to use, which is meant to hold the vessel, centered onto the travertine top. This was further irritation after I waited two more weeks, after initial delivery, because they forgot to ship the pop up drain Insult to injury, I tried to buy a new pop up drain assembly, looked at several stores, very difficult to find the one that fits, most are too big. Luckily, I read the instructions and realized it was missing before I demo’d anything, otherwise I’d had an unfinished, un-useable, bathroom for two to four weeks waiting for this, which didn’t work as designed in the first place, anyway. This was supposed to be a weekend project, but is complicated by the weight of the cabinet unit, meaning it’s heavy. – lifting it up and down. In hindsight, there should have been a paper template of the backplane so that you can see where the stub outs interfere with the unit’s framing. I did make a detailed layout (plan and elevation) to check for interference. It still was not accurate enough to account for the dimensions (e.g. diameter) of the piping. Consequently, you need the jigsaw. Particle board construction – this is typical, it is both good and bad. The good is that it is easy to use a jigsaw to. Use new blades. The bad is that the use of the laminate is somewhat sensitive to marring, so use towels to protect the surface. A bit on constructive criticism, tell us how to remove the drawers, it’s heavy to mount this unit with the drawers in. This is a little embarrassing, the front panel on the top pull out drawer fell off, no matter, I re-screwed it in. Small box: the cabinet is a box, I added numerous finishing nails to nail it together, make it stiffer. The box needs to be about 6 inches vertically higher, as it is small, compared to existing unit. Travertine top is very nice, but there is no back splash, so now I am looking around to find something that matches. I wasn’t expecting this cost. You’ll want to buy a 6 inch high back splash, it’s not included. Tip: if you’re going to butt the right side of the unit to the wall use some 1X 3 wood spacers, this’ll allow you to open the drawers easily, not scrape the wall, and is handy for securing the unit to another wall. A handy skill is to be able to perform a little plumbing, especially soldering if you have copper pipes. The mirror is too small, they should not sell this, most folks already have one. I am going back to my old mirror, but I am going to repaint the framing to match the cabinet. As this is a wall mount unit, not a floor unit, have to tile the floor area beneath, oops, overlooked this, not a big deal, but I have to good look for some marble tile to match existing. Looks good for a guest bathroom. I’ve added some pictures.
by parttimehack
Response from THD Customer ServiceJun 12, 2013
Dear PartimeHack, I apologize for your poor experience with this product. I did reach out to the MFG and below is their response to you. Dear Customer, we are very sorry to hear that an item was missing from your purchase. We understand how this impacted your completion time for installation. We have forwarded your experience to our leadership team who has implemented additional steps in auditing complete packaging to avoid this in the future. We would like to provide you with a compensation gift for your trouble. Please contact our Customer Service Department for more information. Thank you.
2 people found this helpful
It's a nice enough unit.
The travertine is beautiful, the best part of it. The porcelian vessel sink is pretty nice, too. So is the faucet. Overall, I'm pretty happy with it, but the cabinet seems cheap. The vinyl(?) veneer is tacky and I'm a little leary about the strength of the 1/2" particle board material it's made of. That travertine counter and sink are pretty heavy and the weight of the cabinet itself make the whole thing pretty sketchy.Dont skimp on the screws into studs when insalling this unit. I really liked how the whole system was included but the hardware was wrong. Drawer/door pulls - 2brushed nickel, 1 chrome.
by jaseony
7 people found this helpful
Marketing versus Reality
First of all - this piece is gorgeous and we get tons of compliments on it, definitely a great HD find. The travertine top is stunning and the cabinet itself is very high quality. I love the faucet too, so smooth and easy to use. The biggest advantage is that the sink is offset so you gain a decent amount of counter space. It makes our tiny bathroom feel larger! Installation was not for your average DIYer - we ended up hiring a plumber to move water lines and still made three trips back to HD to get all the right pieces for moving the drain line. We did have two significant issues with the product. FIrst of all the sink is NOT partially recessed in the stone top as the picture shows. Secondly, we had big issues with the drain assembly - it simply didn't fit with the pieces provided. Of course, being creative we made it work (with no leaks!) but not as designed. We hung it fairly high on the wall since we are both tall and are working on the creative under cabinet solution now. Having the option to purchase an identical cabinet section would be ideal, but it simply doesn't exist.
by HomeRemodeler533
10 people found this helpful
Stylish update to guest bathroom
This Sicily vanity combo is just what I was looking for to install in our guest bathroom. We had a much larger vanity there but we actually wanted that one for our master bath. Our guest bath is used a little less so we wanted the more storage in our master. This Sicily vanity is a perfect size for this bath and provides an elegant and sophisticated look for visitors. It took me alone a total of three days to remove the existing vanity, do some drywall repair, touch up paint, and install this new vanity. It is not difficult to install but I would recommend for the average homeowner the assistance of a professional. The instructions provided are clear and concise. I chose not to undertake the rather large chore of rerouting and changing the height of my current plumbing as a result the vanity sits a little bit higher than the standard. I actually find this more appropriate especially for adults as there is no more hunching over. The other thing I had to do to accommodate this was drill through the bottom of the cabinet carcass to allow the passage of the drain pipe and water lines. I don't think I sacrificed any aesthetics in doing so as I kept the holes needed clean and simple. In respect to the plumbing package provided with this vanity combo the one negative I have is with the pop-up drain assembly stem. It is too short to go through the vessel bowl and the counter top while still providing enough threaded area to attach the rubber gasket, washer, and lock nut. Once through the sink and counter there was barely enough threads to just screw the lock nut to but certainly not enough for the much needed gasket and washer. I ended up buying a different, much longer threaded stem, vessel pop-up drain assembly to make it all work. This vanity uses nice euro style hinges for the door and allows for easy adjustment. The drawers use high quality full extension ball-bearing roller slides. I feel that almost everything in this vanity package is quality and was built to last. Even the cabinet carcass, even though it's laminated strand board, is still heavy duty and solidly constructed. The counter top is a nice, thick slab of travertine, and the vessel is a heavy duty porcelain. The only other thing I would like to see offered in this package is the ability to select hardware finishes (i.e. brushed nickel, etc.). My current setup is all brushed nickel finishes and this is only available in polished chrome. It's not a deal breaker and I don't think it's necessarily worth investing in new polished chrome bath accessories but would've really appreciated having that option. I feel that almost all bath hardware these days does give those finish options. You will see in my attached review pictures towel rings attached to the vanity. These are not part of the Sicily vanity package but is hardware from my previous setup. These however can be found online or in store from Home Depot. A freight company was used for shipping as this unit is heavy and comes in one oversized box. The shipper notified me of my delivery date and time window in advanced but that day came and went with no delivery or correspondence. I contacted them the next business day and was told that they had some personnel shortages and therefore my shipment was delayed. It was rescheduled for delivery almost a week later than original and arrived on time on the new date.
by jbreitmun
27 people found this helpful
The vanity is packed in separate boxes within the main big box, the reason being that each component appears to be provided by a different manufacturer. There is the main cabinet, the natural stone top, the vessel bowl, the faucet with pop-up drain, and a mirror. Mounting the cabinet on the bathroom wall is a straightforward exercise as there are metal brackets that can be screwed to a stud. Then there are additional screw holes on the left and right of the back of the vanity for extra screws for stability. The hardware for the drawers is screwed inside each drawer and has to be unscrewed and installed on the outside of the drawers – quite straightforward. The hardware for the door comes in a small plastic bag inside the cabinet – watch for it, as it would be easy to not see it and throw it away with the box! If the door and drawers have become out of alignment during shipping (and mine did slightly), there are screw adjustments on the inside of the drawers and door to allow re-alignment up, down, and right or left. The vertical strip of cabinet frame that fills the space between the right hand side of the door and the left hand side of the drawers does not go all the way from the bottom of the cabinet to the top. It is a couple of inches short of the top so there is a gap to the left of the top drawer (see photo). Fortunately it is dark inside the cabinet so the gap is not immediately noticeable, but it bothers me, and I have no idea why the cabinet maker left the gap. I think there should have been better attention to detail. The natural stone is very attractive in a soft light honey-beige color, with a smooth edge finished on three sides. The fourth side – which goes at the back against the wall -- has not been smoothed off, and as there is no corresponding backsplash piece in this combo, it is possible to see the slightly uneven edge where it butts up against the bathroom wall. Tiling a backsplash solves this problem, but there really should have been a backsplash to match the countertop included. The faucet is very modern, with smooth operation of the handle. It’s obviously of very good quality and quite heavy. The pop-up drain presented a big problem during installation because it was not designed for use with the type of vessel sink included in this vanity combo. The vessel sink is like a bowl with a one to one and a half inch “base”, and when the vessel bowl is mounted on top of the natural stone top, and the pop-up drain is dropped into the sink hole, there is not enough thread under the counter top to thread on the provided gasket and coupling to tighten the drain into place. I have attached photos of what I am trying to describe here where you can see the length of the pop-up drain and that it needs at least two more inches of thread. After calling D’Vontz, the maker of the supplied pop-drain, we established that the pop-up drain included with the Domani Sicily vanity was actually designed to fit into a regular sink (or even a vessel bowl, but one without a base). The extra thickness added by the base of the vessel bowl was evidently not taken into consideration. My handyman doing the installation is innovative, but after a trip to Home Depot and consultation with the store assistant in the PVC pipe/plumbing department, there was no way to adapt the provided pop-up drain. The only solution ended up being that I had to buy a Pegasus #247660 pop-up drain for $27.00 as it’s the only one that would fit this sink. Once the correct length pop-up drain was installed, along with the faucet, the plumbing was connected and checked for leaks. The final step for my handyman was to caulk around the base of the vessel bowl. The mirror is easily hung and has good quality fasteners on each corner so you can hang it horizontally (per the picture on the box) or vertically if you prefer. The color of the wood trim on the mirror matches the wood of the vanity cabinet and gives a classy, coordinated look to the guest bathroom. I’m very happy with the appearance of this new vanity and mirror, and despite my guest bathroom being somewhat “southwest” in color scheme and wallpaper design, the sleek, modern look of the Sicily vanity combo works surprisingly well. I am only giving this vanity combo 3 stars because of the lack of backsplash or smoother finish on the back side of the countertop, the gap in the front cabinet facing, and the pop-up drain that does not fit the bowl. If those had not been issues, I would have given it 5 stars. And again, if it was not for the above problems, I would have also recommended the product, however, although most of the comparable vanities are considerably more money, perhaps they don’t have the kinds of problems I encountered.
by AussieLady
33 people found this helpful
Yes this item is very nice. Buyer beware that the...
Yes this item is very nice. Buyer beware that the plumbing in made for the left side.
by Matt
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