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My girlfriend & I are remodeling our 1/2 bath. We just got the Signature Hardware Lacy Corner Sink in the mail & were planning on hanging the sink on the wall in the corner of the bathroom. A sales representative at Signature Hardware said that the sink can be either wall hung or placed on a countertop. After opening up the box, we discovered that there are no mounting holes or slots on the back of the sink to hang it on the wall.

We really like the sink, but are stumped as to how to safely & securely hang the sink on the wall without any mounting holes. I've attached a picture of the back of the sink, and the website picture as well. Any suggests would be greatly appreciated. Pictures of other corner wall mounted sinks would be a huge help as well.



 

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Wall mount bracketry sold separately? :huh:

Never seen one like that. Usually there's a hole for a lag, OR a slot for a hanger, but you already seem to know this. I'd contact whoever told you it would mount to the wall and ask them 1 question : W-T-F M8 ?:mad:

There are bound to be other corner lavs out there that will meet your needs.:thumbup:
 

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P.S. personal preference here and just an observation : That overflow looks stupid being off center like that. :no:
 

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I bought almost the same sink as yours and facing the same problem. Please let me know if you figure out how to mount it.
Thank you
 

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P.S. personal preference here and just an observation : That overflow looks stupid being off center like that. :no:
Overflow looks centre, faucet looks crooked :wink2:

That sink is not designed to be wall hung. It's flat on the back, it will leave a gap in the corner, not fit snug. It's designed to be placed on a counter. If you don't wish to part with it, install a corner vanity with counter, or mount a piece of counter top in the corner and place it on that.
 

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Note on mounting that corner sink.

You may or may not have the studs in the corner to mount the sink. Suggest that you drill into the wall with small drill bit to see if studs are where you need them to mount the bracket. If studs are not there, no purchasing the bracket.
 
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