Porcelain Bathroom Pedestal Sinks
Contemporary design with a nostalgic touch. Pedestal sinks by Cheviot add the perfect touch of class to your bathroom with an updated feel that doesn't sacrifice space. Classic style and simple lines will please the eye as well as the budget, and adding a beautiful new faucet
will bring pleasure for years to come.
Cheviot Petite Corner Pedestal Sink
The 944 sink features:
- Compact corner design perfect for smaller bathrooms, powder rooms, or really anywhere you need a sink but don't have a lot of space
- Classic white vitreous china construction is easy to clean and naturally resistant to mildew, bacteria, and other microbes
- Single pre-drilled faucet hole perfect for your favorite faucet
- Easy reach 32" height is accessible to a wide range of family members, including children and those in wheelchairs
- View detailed sink dimensions
Petite Corner Pedestal Sink 944
Due to weight and to ensure safe delivery, these sinks ship by truck and have an additional shipping fee per freight item.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "Do the Cheviot pedestal bathroom sinks come with overflow holes?"
A. Yes, all of the Cheviot pedestal basins come with overflow holes.
Q. "What's the difference between vitreous china, porcelain, fire clay, ceramic, etc.?"
A. There are many terms used to describe white "clay" bathroom fixtures - sometimes the terms are interchangeable and sometimes they are not. For instance, vitreous china and porcelain are essentially the same thing. Vitreous china/porcelain sinks are made by baking a refined mixture of clay and other minerals at a high temperature after glazing. Vitreous china/porcelain is naturally mildew- and bacteria-resistant with a non-porous surface that is ideal for maintaining sanitation - hence it is commonly used for lavatory sinks and toilets. Fire clay, on the other hand, is also molded from a clay and mineral mixture, but it is fired at a higher temperature than vitreous china/porcelain which gives it greater resistance to heat. While fire clay is most often used for kitchen farmhouse sinks, some bathroom sinks are also made of fire clay. Ceramic is sometimes used interchangeably with fireclay, vitreous china, or porcelain, and simply refers to a style of fixture that is molded from clay and baked.
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