Storage Problems Created From Wall Mount Sinks
This one isn’t that hard to figure out, if you don’t have a cabinet under your sink, you’re not going to be able to store any items under it, conveniently. If you’re planning on installing a wall-mounted sink, you can plan on eliminating the storage space for any items that you had previously stored there.
This has become a big problem in the bathroom remodeling business and seems to be getting even bigger. As pedestal sinks and wall-mounted sinks seem to be growing in popularity, so does the lack of storage in most bathrooms that use them.
If you’re planning on remodeling your bathroom, make sure that you give this problem in a lot of thought. Even if you think that you’re going to be happy with your wall-mounted sink, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to empty everything out of your drawers and cabinet for few months before you remodel the bathroom.
Doing this will give you an idea, about how important the storage space is underneath your bathroom sink. If you don’t have a problem with bathroom storage, within that time period, you’re probably not going to have a problem in the future.
I tried to suggest things like this to people before they remodel their bathrooms, but nobody seems to listen to the stuff I’m talking about, until it starts to become a problem after the bathroom is completely remodeled. If you really don’t want this to happen to you and you want to have a pretty good idea about your bathroom storage and whether it’s going to be a problem or not, it wouldn’t hurt to take my advice.
I really can’t tell you, how many people I personally know who love the looks of a wall-mounted sink, but hate the fact that they lose the storage space underneath it.