As I lifted the pedestal base up and out of its box, I was pleasantly surprised at how thick and weighty it is. The white vitreous porcelain sink and pedestal are beautifully finished and uniform. The 2-piece design of this pedestal sink assembles quickly. The vanity top sits firmly on the base and does not wobble. The concave shape of the base helps hide the drain pipe, which ideally should be chromed metal pipe since it’s not completely hidden so it becomes a decorative feature of the sink. I like the large, deep, basin, and the fact that there is an overflow drain, but there is no room for soap and toiletries on either side of the sink basin, only a small area next to the faucet handles. The top features pre-drilled holes for a standard 8-inch widespread lavatory faucet. The base and sink is anchored to the wall studs and floor using included hardware. A hole is pre-drilled in the center of the base, allowing the included lag bolt a way to pass through to the flooring. Although installation is straight-forward, the included instructions contain text and illustrations detailing each step in the installation procedure. The styling of this pedestal sink coordinates well with the Kohler toilet from another collection that I recently installed in my ½-bath. I’d suggest installing the faucet and drain pipe to the sink before placing the top on the pedestal and securing it to the wall. This pedestal sink is a great choice for a small bathroom or ½-bath where under-sink storage isn’t needed.
High Quality, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Nice Design
Durable, Easy to Clean, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Lots of Features, Nice Design, Sturdy, Stylish