We are looking at setting up the piping for under our wall mounted sink (no vanity, ie, piping will be exposed). And after our contractor finished putting the wall we noticed that the hole from the wall is not going to be aligned with the hole from the sink (faucet is wall mounted and cannot be moved, so we need to deal with the way it is).
We would like to use the below p-trap (purchased already, but can be returned if it is not going to work).
We have sketched below our layout with some dimensions. If anyone has any suggestions as to what sort of pipes (ideally chrome finish to match the p-trap) we can use to get, somehow, an acceptable result.
Suggestions are welcome Thanks
PS: We cannot break the wall and re-route the drain pipe as there are pipes on the way, so whatever we do has to be outside the wall (ie.: visible), we will likely put a shelf for towels below that could help cover a bit the piping.
Answer 1 layout: Thank you bcworkz for your answer, can you let me know if the below is what you are suggesting? Also, what sort of adapters would you use for the joints (at the wall top end and around the hole in the wall). Thanks again
Final Product Hi guys, first wanted to thank you bcworkz for your answer. Find below the final product. We might end up putting up a small shelf that will fill with spare towels to cover that extra piping the back.