Our Classic Single Wide Sink Console is designed with the quality and detail that distinguish all Pottery Barn furniture. Available in our new white finish or in a deep, rich espresso, it’s built with a solid hardwood frame that’s fitted with a white porcelain sink. Treated to resist moisture and retain its beauty over time, the console is topped with a counter of 3/4" Carrara marble, known for its transparency and natural shades of gray.
Professional installation required, see Related Articles and Videos
below for more details. Use with our Cole Faucet or Gooseneck Faucet
(sold separately). White comes with choice of Chrome, Polished Nickel
or Satin Nickel hardware. Espresso comes with choice of Chrome,
Polished Nickel, Satin Nickel or Antique Bronze hardware. 55 x 24.5 x
36" h. (backsplash will add 4" to back height).
Wood swatches are available for $25.00 each. Please see available swatches below to add to your cart. We will provide a merchandise refund for wood swatches if they're returned within 30 days. Please call 1.888.779.5176 with any questions. See all furniture with wood swatches available.
COMPOSITION & CONSTRUCTION
Sink console features top center faux front, bottom center pull-down
door and two pull-out side drawers. Three identically sized faucet
holes are pre-cut into the marble top.
Frame, leg,and rails are all solid meranti wood. Drawer side panels are
alder wood. Drawer bottom, and bottom panel are plywood with alder
veneer. Drawer front, shelf and cabinet side panels are MDF (medium
density fiberboard) with maranti veneer. Hand-rubbed espresso-stained
finish. Top and backsplash are Carrera marble, a white marble that has
grayish veining and is mined for us in Italy, Greece, Spain and other
countries. White-porcelain sink basin. Brass hardware with choice of
four finishes: Antique Bronze, Chrome, Satin Nickel or Polished Nickel.
MDF, a man-made fiberboard consisting of wood fibers and resin binders,
is known for its strength and stability, and is commonly used as a base
for veneers. It features uniform consistency with no knots, and while
it has about the same density as medium-weight hardwood, it is
structurally more stable. It won't crack, and finishes adhere well to
it, which results in a smooth end coat.