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I recently purchased this vintage sink that was mounted in a cabinet vanity. I am wondering if it is possible to wall mount this and if anyone has any ideas on what I may need. I was thinking about using floating shelf brackets and (hopefully) sliding them in the rear holes and also siliconing it to the wall. I wasn't sure if this was a wall mount sink originally or if it needs to be in a cabinet. Looks like it may have holes/slots for legs too. I have no idea what the brand of the sink is, either. Thanks in advance!

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This is how it was originally mounted.

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    Plan on front legs at least. Silicone be just for sealing, it will never hold a ceramic sink. – crip659 Apr 1 at 1:10
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A couple of options

1 Look for metal legs for example these (perhaps too ornate) ones enter image description here

2 a pair of legs made custom for those large square holes near the front.

Either way add basin brackets with spacers at A plus adhesive at B. enter image description here

You need front legs. People will lean or even sit on it.

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  • thank you! I will look for that stuff! – lordofthecakes Apr 1 at 1:55
  • A lot of sinks were designed assuming the drain & P-trap could take a lot of the weight, but I agree that front legs (ones designed for strength, not show) are best practice. – Carl Witthoft Apr 1 at 15:40
  • 2 pieces of steel pipe for strength with decorative covers would work quite nicely if you can't find anything strong and decorative. – FreeMan Apr 1 at 15:54
  • @Carl Witthoft that's what I was wondering about the p-trap and drain supporting it at all. I got a heavy duty p-trap to help. – lordofthecakes Apr 1 at 19:39
  • Actually maybe brackets with spacers is a bad idea. "A" is not meant for brackets and without the wall backing it, brackets might break it. Screw a big piece of wood on the wall that completely fills that gap, provides a facing for area A, and extends down a few inches. Screw the brackets to that. – jay613 Apr 2 at 1:25

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