I think it depends. If faucets and bathroom hardware have straight lines and countertop has plain edge, the sink will match. If there's lots of curves elsewhere it might not work. P.S. Marble in shower is a very bad idea. Ask about it on john bridge forums.
Hi, this is Laura with Kohler Co. I am happy to assist you with your question. This sink is 19-7/8" from left to right. We recommend 1.5" - 2" around the perimeter of the sink for installation clearance. This sink is too large for a 22" cabinet. Thank you for choosing Kohler.
the sink is smaller then expected
I used Dow scrubbing bubbles or Dawn liquid detergent, any non abrasive cleaner would work.
Bright white. Definitely no yellow undertones.
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SAME ISSUE HERE - NO TEMPLATE IN EITHER BOX
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We installed this sink into a white ikea 21 inch wide base cab (30” tall) that we “shaved” two inches off the back, making it about 22 inches front to back. This is the smallest dimension we could use to still accommodate a pull out on the bottom inside of the cabinet. I think you could get away with a 21” front to back cabinet. Unfortunately, I failed to tell my plumber about the pull out, so the trap is set too low to accommodate the pull out. We had this sink installed in a white quarts countertop cut in a “Banjo” design where the countertop extends over the toilet to form an eight inch shelf. I love the sink and banjo countertop together. Not everyone likes the banjo design, but I think it adds elegance And convenience. I am not able to provide photos. The problem we had was the cut out for the sink does not compliment the graceful “shoulders” of the sink perimeter. I was not in town when the sink was installed in our rental. I don’t know if the template was “off” or simply not included. If I had to do this again I would first talk to the countertop/sink installer to be sure he is well informed on how the cut should be done to properly display the lovely shoulders of the sink, which is why I bought this particular sink. That said, the counter top/sink installer should definitely be consulted to assure sink, cabinet and countertop all fit nicely.