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Believeitornot Fri 06-May-16 09:00:41

We are looking to redo our bathroom and are currently searching for decent bathroom sink units.

We'd like white under sink cupboards, possibly with a white corian sink and worktop which runs across the width of the sink cupboard and toilet. A bit like this but more space between the toilet. I haven't seen anything I like and the only other option seems to be a bespoke model from rhoper Rhodes which costs £2k shock

So I wondered if anyone has any smart ideas - ie can we get this constructed ourselves or are there better off the shelf models which I've missed? This is so hard!

JillyTheDependableBoot Fri 06-May-16 14:46:10

Going through exactly the same process at the moment. Am thinking getting a carpenter to make it might be easiest.

Believeitornot Fri 06-May-16 20:30:43

Yes I'm thinking the same. It is driving me mad!

Sprig1 Fri 06-May-16 20:37:32

I searched 'vanity unit and wc unit' on Google and this is the first thing that came up. Any good? It seems there are a few wider ones available.
www.bathrooms.com/bathroom-furniture/combination-vanity-units/thorpe-white-1200-cloakroom-straight-combination-unit-with-sink-and-cistern-rh?pla=on&muid=5c8b3ee1-f4cf-465a-839f-42e766cd1d9d&gclid=COz1yoqZxswCFQccGwodTUkIjg&_%24ja=tsid%3A55987%7Ccid%3A206668213%7Cagid%3A15405849733%7Ctid%3Apla-164535170653%7Ccrid%3A56289573133%7Cnw%3Ag%7Crnd%3A9532073526377538480%7Cdvc%3Ac%7Cadp%3A1o1

Coldtoeswarmheart Fri 06-May-16 20:40:07

You could probably get one made/ adapted by a local kitchen supply-and-fit type company, if they make their own cabinets. It wouldn't cost £2K.

justdontevenfuckingstart Fri 06-May-16 20:43:19

Frontline or Eco for units, have you had a look at Caeserstone and Silestone for the tops?

Believeitornot Fri 06-May-16 21:16:00

I've seen those Sprig - we wanted more space between the toilet and sink

The local bathroom shop was the one with the £2k price hmmshock

I'll try Eco and Frontline!

Thanks! Such a headache!

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