Attention everyone! I need you all to put on your thinking caps. I'm in a bit of a panic. Nothing major. Just some board and batten issues. I had it all visualized in the new half bath. I just didn't think it through completely I guess.
The plumber was here today. He installed the sink and toilet. I was very excited. They look great. But now my vision of my board and batten is getting a little fuzzy. How do I install it around my pretty new sink? It's a pedestal sink. Sort of square. It's 24" wide. I would take a picture for you but I don't have a light yet in there. Ugh! So, think everyone think! How should the battens go around the sink? I have no back splash. The toilet is to the left of the sink. My line for the top rail is at 60". High so I can hang pool towels in there. The top part is lightly textured and he left the bottom part smooth to better simulate a wood finish. Why oh why did I not think about the battens around this 24" sink? I'm not going to sleep. I should have put them in before the sink went in. Ack! I have to figure something out. We are so close to the end. Any and all suggestions are welcome! Thanks.
Here is a shot of what I sort of wanted it to look like. Only I have a pedestal sink and no back splash. I have 1x6 for the baseboard, and planned to use 1x4 for the top rail and was going to use 1x2 for the battens.