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Picks Elite 30" Single Sink Vanity
DEC020 Features: -Picks collection. -Espresso finish. -Satin nickel finish hardware. -Solid wood cabinet. -Designer rectangular porcelain vessel sink. -Polished chrome faucet. -Carrera white marble countertop. -Matching chrome pop up drain. -Two functional pull-out drawers with a dual sliding-door cabinet. -Matching framed mirror. -Soft closing cabinet door ensure you never hear door slam again. . Specifications: -Overall dimensions: 34"H x 30"W x 22"D. -Mirror dimension: 28"H x 24"W. For more information on this product please view the Sheet(s) below: Installation sheet
Popular espresso finish cabinet
Cararra white marble counter top
Chrome polished faucet included
Two bottom pull out drawers
Top sliding door
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Beautiful, but painfulNov 22, 2012
Once installed and tweaked, it is a great vanity. I do a lot of home improvement projects and this one really tested my skills.
First issue is the very small square opening in the back of the vanity that you hope and pray all of your plumbing (drain and supply lines) will amazingly line up. In my case, nothing lined up, so I had to cut out parts of the vanity back so that I could get the supply valves. Also my drain line was too low, so I had to cut a hole in the shelf to allow clearance for the trap.
Once that was done, installation was not bad at all. Keep in mind this will sit away from the wall since the legs will interfere with the baseboards. If you want a flush fit, you will have to remove the baseboard or remove material from the back legs.
Once installed, I had two major issues. The pop-up drain that was supplied with the vanity was defective. The pop-up part of the drain was too big, so it hit the sink when you tried to engage the drain (it would never pop closed)and the drain leaked. I tried everything (plumbers putty, silicone) and it continued to leak. I finally called the company I bought it from and they worked with the manufacturer to get me a new drain. The new drain was clearly different from the original and it worked great.
The other major issue is that when the faucet is on full, water splashes everywhere. There is not really an easy fix for this. I tried turning the supply valves partially off, but then you get a lot of variation in pressure when someone flushes the toilet. The best solution I have come up with so far is putting a peice of duct tape behind the aerator inside the faucet to limit the flow. This seems to work great for now.
So, long story short. It looks nice, but it took a lot to get there.