48 inch Black Vanity Granite Top Single Basin Sink - VAN036-48-T
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This 48" wide MDF vanity features a contemporary design with clean lines sleek black finish and complementary satin nickel hardware. False front drawers open to reveal a large cabinet and the open bottom shelf provide ample storage. This vanity has a 2CM black granite top preassembled with an H8810WH (17" x 14") bowl cut for 8" faucet spread and corresponding 2CM x 4" tall backsplash. Overall Measurements: 48" x 22 1/2" x 36" (measurements taken from the widest point) Finish: Painted Black Material: MDF Style: Traditional Coordinating Mirror(s): MIR036 Bowl: H8810WH Coordinating Hardware: 910SN
- 2.5CM Black Granite Countertop
- 2CM x 4" Backsplash
- Sink: 15" x 12" bowl
- Holes cut for 8" faucet spread
- Finish: Black
- Faucet Sold Separately
- Vanity: 48" x 22 1/2" x 36"
- Coordinating Mirror(s): MIR036, Sold Separately
Vanity Installation Note: You may be required to purchase an adapter to connect your home water lines with the bathroom vanity water lines. The Tub Connection does not sell nor recommend any brands of adapters. You may check with your local hardware store or plumber for additional info.
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Choosing a Bathroom Vanity will be easier now that you have found The Tub Connection. We have every design, color and size you can imagine. As you look through our website and you will see that we have divided our vanities into several categories for your convenient viewing. Vanities can be seen by color, of the vanity, such as espresso, black cherry, light oak, white, black and walnut. Additionally, we have some more traditional and contemporary vanities in natural wood hues, very red cherry, even orange, stainless-steel and more. Whatever your design style, you are sure to find it here. Many vanities are made from real wood, while others are made from composite materials like plywood with veneer or MDF. The cabinet will have some kind of handles or knobs to use in order to open up the doors and drawers. Often times, the door knobs or pulls will be Brushed Nickel as that particular finish appears to complement all types of faucets.
Choose A Sink Style
Most Vanities normally have a sink of some sort (occasionally it's just the cabinet). A vessel sink is one that sits above the counter top. Some vessel style sinks are taller that others, some are rounder, oblong, more deep or shallow. When selecting a vanity with a vessel sink, make sure to get a faucet that is tall enough for water to flow into the tall sink. A crucial bit of info to know is just how tall the sink and faucet are. A basin sink is one that sits down into the vanity cabinet below the counter top. Another name for a basin sink is "undermount". The height of the faucet is not a concern when purchasing a vanity with a basin style of sink. Anyone can get imaginative with the type of faucet whether the sink is a vessel or a basin, by installing a waterfall faucet. The water cascades into the sink in a more serene way.
What Type of Vanity do You Prefer?
Doors and drawers are a very hot subject when it comes to storage space in the bathroom. These days lots of vanities have easy close drawers and doors which minimize the noise level from slamming drawers and they help to lengthen the life of the wood. Some drawers will have dovetail connections which lots of people think is a better quality of drawer.
A counter top is normally included with the purchase of a Vanity Set. Marble, glass and granite are the most common types of counter tops. Each of these countertops are found in various colors, although, porcelain is nearly constantly white. Counter tops in tempered-glass will be frosted or clear. If yours is clear and you prefer frosted, a can of window frost from the local hardware store will do the trick. Make certain to read the instructions well and follow them exactly for the very best final look.
Here are Additional Bathroom Vanities You May Like to Check Out
Bathroom Vanities are typically mounted as flooring models or wall designs. Vanities can be installed on the wall for a number of reasons. Floors that have a rough surface or it may be slightly off-level, therefore, a wall-mounted vanity would be a favorable option. If the homeowners are really tall or very short stature, a wall hung vanity allows the cabinet to be installed at whatever height desired. Vanities are available in lots of different sizes and shapes so it is impossible to list them all. There are corner vanities, plinth style, dual sink and single sink vanities. There are long vanities with one sink and short vanities with 2 sinks.
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Every one of our bathroom vanities are delivered to any location in the lower 48 states with no shipping charges. Call us toll free 877-795-5684 for more information. We have operators waiting to help with concerns you may have!
|Short Description||48 inch Black Vanity Granite Top Single Basin Sink - VAN036-48-T includes Cabinet, Granite Countertop, Backsplash & Sink|