Good Questions: Almond Bathroom Sinks?

Good Questions: Almond Bathroom Sinks?

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Maxwell Ryan
Jun 14, 2005
Hello AT, My master bath has a tub, shower tiling, and toilet in almost new condition, but...almond. The sink/vanity, however, doesn't match, and is stained and seriously dated (as in clamshell-shaped-soap-holder-type dated). To replace it, do I have to buy an almond sinktop? Do they even sell almond ANYTHING anymore, and won't it be god-awful ugly? Is there any other option? I feel like removing the tub and tiling is too big of a job for me at the moment, but the dirty sink has got to go. Please help! Thanks, Tamaca Tamaca, to our knowledge almond still exists and your best bet is replacing the sink. You could consider reglazing it almond, but that is pretty toxic. A quick Google search reveals a number of choices and we would locally take a look at Home Depot and give a call to Smolka on 33rd Street. MGR
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