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installing bathroom sink off-center over drain
GrobianWhat's on sale?Pliers!Registered Userregular
We're moving and this is the situation in our new bathroom
the black are walls, the green is the bathtub and the red is the sink.
The problem is that we don't have room for our washing machine between sink and tub, the space is ~3cm too narrow. So, as a new sink costs way less than a new washing machine, we want to replace the sink.
As you can see from my great MsPaint skills, the sink is next to a corner, so with the current oval sink you have a hole there. It would be neat to get a rectangular sink and just place it right into the corner. But then the new sink won't be centered above the drain. All guides I can find on the internet tell me to always install the sink centered. I can't find any reason for that, though. I mean, there's a trap there anyway, that is at least a little flexible and we're not talking about huge distances here. Or i guess we would have to get a little length of pipe to bridge the gap?