I'm doing a renovation of my tiny washroom and don't have a lot of space. I have a small cabinet with drawers that is offset from the wall to the left. What is the largest undermount sink I can place in this cabinet?
My question is more general, but in my particular case the cabinet is 18" wide, with an internal width of 16.5", and the wall offset is 2".
Most of the small sinks I find have a internal basin width of 16" which is perfect, but the lip surpasses the inner cabinet width, usually at 18" or a little over.
Is it possible to have the lip rest on top of the cabinet? Or can I cut into the cabinet such that the top of the sink is flush with the top of the cabinet?