Recently, we had to re-do a bathroom due to floor rot...

Well, after the floor and sub were replaced and tiled, the wife got a wild hair that we (I) would tear out the cabinet sink and install a nice pedestal sink.

Here's the issue...and I tried explaining it to the wife before she bought the sink without measuring it....but she's dead-set on it...so bear with me fellas.

Look at the pics....






Moving these lines (drainage and water) to line up to the pedestal should be pretty simple, right?. I mean 'simple' as in cutting out the wall and doing L bend attachments on them....

On the right side of the sink...the wall is the outer wall of a corner shower stall...so augmenting that wall is not an option.

Any simple fixes anyone could suggest to maybe eliminate the need to move the drainage line and have it still look attractive?


Thanks,

--C