It is definitely in the white family, but I would not say it is bright white.
The RS-2215 soap dish is designed to be recessed and installed between two studs. The opening should be centered in the stud pocket and should measure 13"W and 19-1/2"H on both outside edges. The center "peak or highpoint" of the cutout should be 20"H and should angle down at a straight line to meet the 19-1/2" side walls. Once installed, you can use clear 100% silicone to seal the perimeter of the soap dish. Installation instructions can be found on our website: http://www.swanstone.com/images/link_installation/Form260_AS1075_RS2215.pdf. Thank you for purchasing a Swan product for your home!
It measures 22 inches high by 15 inches wide.
Yes it is rectangle, the arch is just decorative.
Mark the area where you want to install, cut the durock to that size, install the tile to the cut out area, install the shower niche. Good luck :)
Also need dimensions for contractor to frame the wall. Thank you!!
It's not that deep. It easily fit in a standard framed wall, 3.5".
Yes it can be installed in 36x72 panel, it needs to go in between the studs in the wall, It cannot be installed on the wall where the shower plumbing runs up to the shower head. You need to cut the hole before installing, You will need to locate the studs in your wall and cut the hole in the drywall and then measure and transfer measurement to the swan stone panel and cut the hole in the panel. If you go to swan stone website, they have videos and instructions on how to cut the hole and what tools to use..
No, it is better to install and leave as is.
A composite material