Small corner sink is a perfect way to make the best use of the space available in a kitchen or bathroom. Regardless of space, thus achieving a sink for your kitchen can be a strategic move. Some come with built-in countertops that provide additional space for cooking or storing appliances. There is a wide range of corner sinks available, with choices of material, color and style.
If you already have a countertop ready to be installed in your bathroom. It is still possible to install a corner sink. All you need to do is cut the sink mounting hole in the corner of the sink, instead of in the center. If the sink’s mounting hole is already cut off at the counter. You have the option to replace the counter with a new one and cut the sink mounting hole in the new counter. The new faucet spout keys are installed next to the corner sink or behind it if there is enough space behind the sink.
Plumbing a corner sink is quite simple too; however, a lot of new pipe installations may be necessary in some cases. In general terms, the new power lines must be connected to the faucet near the sink. And a new drainage line must be installed. If the bathroom is plumbed for a mounting center sink. Installing the longer supply tubes will extend the supply lines to the corner.