Latest Discussions : Home Design


08:22PM | 04/08/05
Member Since: 04/08/05
1 lifetime posts
My husband & I are right in the middle of remodeling the kitchen. Our next hurdle is installing our angle sink front to the base cabinet on the left and the filler piece on the right.

Any advice would be appreciated. We have never done this before & would like to finish installation without having a professional do it. WE don't know if you glue this piece and where you actually connect it at with screws. We thought we were getting a corner unit that would just set in the corner, however we have the sink front only.

Thanks in advance


Adam & Nan


04:57PM | 04/23/05
Member Since: 01/30/05
360 lifetime posts
Man...get back to where you ordered this and look up the design and specification guide need more parts.

What you have is a corner sink FRONT. you need at minimum a CORNER sink BASE to be able to install it. Lets hope you also have ordered six inch wide FILL STRIPS, as you're going to have to use those with 45 degree angle cuts to fit this in place in a regular L configuration with regular cabinets.

Didn't you get a design and specifications guide from the cabinet manufacturer before you ordered anything?

Post a reply as Anonymous

Photo must be in JPG, GIF or PNG format and less than 5MB.

Reply choose button


Post new button or Login button