Hi Nick - When packaged, this Satin White sink base will be 37-3/8" wide, 35-1/8" tall, and 26-3/4" deep. Thank you for reaching out to Hampton Bay, and we hope this helps as you continue to plan your project.
Any self-rimming kitchen sink with an overall width less than 36" should work, but 34" or less would be easier to install. If you want an undermount sink, the outside dimensions would need to be less than 34". If you want a "farmhouse" type sink, you'll need to look for a different cabinet.
36 is the external measurement. So take an 1 1/2 off for the inside diameter.
No, because this cabinet doesn’t have the cut-out front for the farmhouse sink to sit in.
No...I was a general contractor for 30!years
These are horrible cabinets. Very bendable and flexible. They leave off the corners to save 85 cents. The best you can do is brace the inside (or outside). Silicone the top edges and set the counter top. Also, cut your own 45's and glue and screw in all the corners.
yes u will need a back panel or something to cover the unfinished backs of both cabinets
Yes, but the molded top did not fit the top of the base units
Yes, you only need to get a toekick to cover the bottom.
Of course you need one sink in this