Porcher Solutions Small Corner Bathroom Sink
Small corner sink
Darcelious from detroit, MI– Verified Buyer
Idea sink the very small half bath off our kitchen. just what we needed. excellent quality. Not really an issue, but wish there was a place for hand soap to rest. overall very pleased.
Nice little sink
Rocquel Chagolla from Freedom, CA– Verified Buyer
This a great little sink for small bathrooms with a limited amount of space. It is good quality and it arrived promptly.
Perfect for small spaces
Margaret B from Charlotte, NC– Verified Buyer
Petite sink paired with a goose neck bar faucet is perfect for small spaces! The only con, weight. It is a heavy, small sink weighing in at 26 lbs. We simply added blocking to the walls. Looks great!
Worth the money
Georgia Bowren from United States– Verified Buyer
We bought this for our little bathroom in our little cabin. We wanted to buy the faucet they show with it but couldn't find it so had to find a similar one someone else. No one got back with us about this one. The sink arrived in record time.
darling little sink
designer dee from Indpls. IN– Verified Buyer
Used this tiny sink in a very small powder room. It is adorable and functions well. I also purchased the bottle trap which was perfect and made it much more attractive.
Anonymous from New Mexico– Verified Buyer
Their roots and their name are American, but their business is global. American Standard is part of people's lives in more than 40 countries, from the air they breathe to the water they drink to their level of safety on the highway. They do that through three businesses: Air Conditioning Systems and Services, Bath & Kitchen Products and Vehicle Control Systems.
Each business is a market leader.
American Standard is the world's leading producer of bathroom and kitchen fixtures and faucets, sold under such brands as American Standard® and Ideal Standard®, for consumer and commercial markets.
In air conditioning, sold under the Trane® and American Standard® brands, American Standard is #1 globally in chiller equipment and #1 in the U.S. for commercial systems. Their residential systems are the premium brand in the U.S.
Before American Standard, there was the Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company. It was founded in 1875, and merged with several other small plumbing manufacturers in 1899 to form the Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company. Standard Sanitary pioneered many of the plumbing product improvements introduced in the early part of this century including the one-piece toilet, built-in tubs, combination faucets (which mix hot and cold water to deliver tempered water) and tarnish-proof, corrosion-proof chrome finishes for brass fittings. By 1929, Standard had become the world's largest producer of bathroom fixtures.
That same year, the Standard Sanitary Corporation merged with American Radiator Company to form the American Radiator and Standard Sanitary Corporation. The corporation adopted the name "American Standard" in 1967.
And in 2006 American Standard celebrated one of their most successful years of innovation. They have introduced new products and innovations in all of our areas, leaving an indelible impression on the industry.