We have a fairly narrow bathroom with an existing backsplash with faucets already installed in it. We removed the old counter and sink because the sink broke due to a mishap, and the counter was too large.
We now have a glass vessel sink that we'd like to install in place of the counter. To save space, we'd like to simply attach some sort of simple sturdy ring (ideally chrome) to the wall, mount the sink in that and then connect it to the existing drain plumbing.
We've been researching ways to attach it, but everything we've found is fancy-looking scrolled iron, has faucets built into the system, etc. What we want is literally a simple chrome ring with maybe a couple L-brackets to connect to wall studs in the back.
Has anyone seen such a product. If so, can you point us in the right direction?