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Old 03-06-2012, 10:18 PM   #1
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Hello, in the process of planning complete bathroom redo. We would like a 6' vanity, but have noticed that 2x3' vanities would be considerably cheaper than a 6'.

Assuming I am okay with it aesthetically, would there be any logistic concerns with putting two shorter vanities side by side with a single counter over the top?

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Hello, in the process of planning complete bathroom redo. We would like a 6' vanity, but have noticed that 2x3' vanities would be considerably cheaper than a 6'.

Assuming I am okay with it aesthetically, would there be any logistic concerns with putting two shorter vanities side by side with a single counter over the top?
we do it all the time some cabinets actualy work better that way...make sure plumbing in in right place,,I assume double bowls??

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yep, thanks for the reply! I couldn't think of any obvious reason it wouldn't work, but couldn't really find anyone talking about doing it via internet search.
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yep, thanks for the reply! I couldn't think of any obvious reason it wouldn't work, but couldn't really find anyone talking about doing it via internet search.
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A 6 ft. one would have no devider in the middle in most cases, simple enough to cut out a section if you go with two seperate units. But as noted look to see where the drain has to go, if it's in the middle better to go with the 6' one.
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