Hi, all. I seek your help. I'm putting a little Ikea kitchenette into a basement room, and would like to use the 37" corner cabinet to hold a narrow sink (Moen Camelot - bowl is 16 deep front to back but only 14 inches wide - really a large bar sink).
I see others have previously said the 37" corner base cannot be readily modified to hold a standard rectangular sink, but I am hoping it's more doable with this narrower sink.
Seems to me I have 12" wide of full depth available in the corner base and only need to find 2" more. Maybe I could scoop out the top of the base cabinet side wall enough to let the bowl sneak 2 inches into the next cabinet. Or if I moved the adjoining cabinet over by 2 inches, with a filler in front to hide the empty 2 inch gap, then the sink could rest on the top of the next cabinet. Does this make sense?
Any other ideas? (Unfortunately, the 49 inch blind base is too long for my space available. I have to fit in an 18 inch dishwasher and only have 56 inches total available in length.)
Moen Camelot SINK DESCRIPTION
• Manufactured of 20 gauge, type 301 nickel-bearing
• Single bowl is 14" x 16" x 7"
• The sink ledge has three fixture mounting holes,
1-1/2" in diameter located 4" on center
• Has one 3-1/2" diameter recessed drain opening
• Soundshield undercoating maximizes sound
deadening and inhibits condensation
• The exposed surfaces are polished to a lustrous
satin tone finish
• Includes all necessary mounting hardware
CUT OUT DIMENSIONS
• Cut out dimensions are 16-1/2" x 21-1/2", with a 3/4"
corner radius. A tolerance of plus or minus1/16"
• Third party certified by IAPMO to meet ASME A112.19.3
and all applicable specifications referenced therein.
• Warranted for ten years against material or
Single Bowl Kitchen Sink