Randolph Morris Pedestal Bathroom Sink 12 Inch Faucet Drillings
Great price and quality, worth the wait
This sink was on back order so I had to wait a month or so for it to arrive but I am glad I waited! I wanted a vintage style pedestal sink but didn't want to spend the proverbial "arm and a leg". This sink filled that niche, it matches my Craftsman home perfectly and it was very reasonably priced. The height is around 35" which is a nice modern height from the original 32". The sink sits on the pedestal and the sink has two bolt holes to secure it to the wall. Overall an excellent product, in fact I recommended this sink to my brother and his wife since they are also remodeling their Craftsman home and are looking for a vintage style sink. I recommend this product to anyone looking for a really nice vintage style sink from the 20's or 30's.
January 22, 2013
Big and Beautiful Sink
The extra size of this sink makes it nice in the world of small pedestal sinks. I am very happy we went with the 12" spread, it just fits so well with the rest of the Craftsman feel of the bath.
June 4, 2012
Beautiful sink, simple but elegant design. Pedestal sinks are often short on surface area on the top, but this sink has lots of space for setting out things like soap and toothpaste.
June 3, 2012
Beautiful sink. Arrived promptly and looks perfect in our farmhouse bathroom. Exactly what I was looking for at a very reasonable price! No time at all to have it assembled and ready to go.
May 30, 2012
Old-fashioned and just right
I live in an apartment building which was constructed in 1926. When I moved in fifteen years ago, the bathroom was entirely original except for a few plumbing connections and some of the white "subway" tiles. So when it came to replacing a sink eighty-odd years old, I thought that I would not be able to find one that "fit in". Your pedestal sink is perfect. It looks almost exactly like my original sink. It is slightly wider - which is better - and slightly taller, which is also better. It looks new, of course, but since the old cast-iron tub has been refinished, they look good together. The cutout in the pedestal was not quite in the right place vis-a-vis the waste connection, and we had to make the plumbing a little elaborate; but that was no fault of the sink, only the kind of problem you usually have when connecting new and old. I am very happy I bought this sink.
May 29, 2012
We love the sink top. Nice big size. The didn't love the pedestal; it was a little rounded for our tastes. The product arrived in perfect condition and was a very good price.
May 29, 2012
Great value and look for the price
I was very pleased to find this sink for an extensive renovation I did to a bath in my 1930 home. The look is perfect and is almost identical to actual period sinks available in salvage yards, without needing the extensive restoration that those often do. The price is much lower than similar sinks I compared it to, which also didn't have such a successful execution of simple, period style as this one.
The product has been in use for a year, with no problems so far. My only complaint was the basin of the sink did not fit exactly into the pedestal. It fits, but it is not a tight fit, so caulking the two together is definitely recommended.
Mine arrived with the box for the pedestal badly damaged by the trucking company, but fortunately the product itself was fine.
Overall I think this sink is an excellent value for the price and I would recommend it to anyone who needs an authentic, period look for their house, without breaking the bank.
May 16, 2012
Love this sink
Installed this sink not quite 2 years ago in our 1926 bungalow. Loved it then and still love it now. Like that the plumbing is mostly hidden in the back (although installation a bit of a pain but worth it). Very substantial and heavy for a pedestal sink. Love the slightly oversized top - makes it easy to put a soap dish or vase of flowers on - even hand towels, if necessary. We would definitely buy this sink again. Delivery was quick and no problems or damage with the sink.
May 16, 2012