I have a small 1000sqft house with 1 full bath. The sink / vanity
currently measures 25" wide X 19" deep.
On the left side is a 3 inch gap to the wall that excells at
collecting dirt and
grime. In front is 8" of wasted space.
I would love to put in a slightly larger vanity sink combo butted up
against the left wall, but all I
can find are standard 6" increment sizes. The next standard size up
from what I have is 31 x 22 which is too big.
One option is to move a small wall 4" to the left. This would allow me
to install the 31x22 vanity base and top.
On the other side of the wall is a closet which would lose the 4" of
width (no depth or height). This is not a problem. The wall is 7 or 8
ft tall and 28" wide. It has one outlet and a light switch.
Any guesses what this might cost? Is it a project loaded with
potential complications? (It's a 1955 house). Going this route may be
cheaper than buying non-standard sized vanity components. That few
inches of extra space in the bathroom would be precious also.