Wall Mounted Kohler Brockway Sink – ORC – Week 5

Kohler Brockway Sink - Boys Bathroom Remodel - ORC - Week 5

We have a sink!!!  Jason and I have been working around the clock the last week in the small hope that we might actually finish this bathroom next week and I am excited to finally have something to share with you guys.  I have been drooling over this Kohler Brockway sink since I first joined Pinterest and now we finally have one of our own :).  Yay!!!

Kohler Brockway Sink - Boys Bathroom Remodel - ORC - Week 5


*Kohler provided me with this gorgeous sink and fixtures but all opinions about this fabulous sink are 100% my own for more information check out my disclosure page here*

Just to remind you, below is what our previous sink looked like.  The long console sink took up way too much floor space and was just plain ugly.

ORC - Boys Bathroom Ideas - Before Sink

Our new Kohler Brockway Sink has 2 faucets and because it’s wall mounted it saves so much floor space and our boys bathroom looks huge now.

Kohler Brockway Sink - Boys Bathroom Remodel - ORC - Week 5

I love the vintage look of the Kohler Brockway sink.   It reminds me of an old utility sink from an old farmhouse or schoolhouse.

Kohler Brockway Sink - Boys Bathroom Remodel - ORC - Week 5

I also love that I will never have to wipe down a counter in this bathroom again, woo hoo!!!

Kohler Brockway Sink - Boys Bathroom Remodel - ORC - Week 5

The Cannock faucets that go along with the sink are just as beautiful as the sink.

Kohler Brockway Sink - Boys Bathroom Remodel - ORC - Week 5 - cannock faucet

Can’t you just imagine all 4 kids lined up to brush their teeth? :).

Kohler Brockway Sink - Boys Bathroom Remodel - ORC - Week 5

To create more storage for the room Jason built another built in bookcase much like the ones he added to our kitchen and Tucker’s room.

Kohler Brockway Sink - Boys Bathroom Remodel - ORC - Week 5

After weeks of back and forth about paint colors I FINALLY decided on Sherwin Williams Spatial White.

Kohler Brockway Sink - Boys Bathroom Remodel - ORC - Week 5

It’s a cool light gray with a little blue.  We also added vinyl bead board to the walls like we added to the ceiling.

Kohler Brockway Sink - Boys Bathroom Remodel - ORC - Week 5

We have a lot more painting to do and finally replacing this old floor but here’s our progress so far…

  • Gut Bathroom – Take out tub, sink and toilet
  • Replace old tub and add a new cast iron white tub
  • Take down tub surround and drywall surrounding tub
  • Add cement board and white subway tile and new fixtures to tub
  • Take down tub drop ceiling, contact paper & add a vinyl bead board ceiling
  • Add cement board to bathroom floor and retile
  • Paint and add bead board to the bathroom walls and paint the trim white
  • Add a new double wall sink
  • Add a new toilet
  • Add a built in bookshelf for towels and bathroom supplies
  • Make towel hooks and toothbrush storage


Thanks so much to Linda from Calling it Home for hosting this crazy 6 Week Challenge and to Kohler for my new GORGEOUS sink.  Crossing my fingers we will be done in time.  Thank you for following along!!!


*Sharing my Kohler Brockway Sink with MM & these other blogs here*

Our Farmhouse Boys Bathroom is Done!!!  Check out the full reveal here

We transformed our boys bathroom from top to bottom - sherwin williams spatial white, vinyl bead board ceiling and walls and brockway sink #bathroom http://lehmanlane.net


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22 thoughts on “Wall Mounted Kohler Brockway Sink – ORC – Week 5

  1. Loving the progress, Tara! That sink really is amazing. Having it wall mounted definitely saves a lot of room. Yes, I can imagine all 4 kids brushing around that sink. You’ll have to take a pic of that! 😉 Good luck with the final details! Can’t wait to see!

  2. Hello,. It looks lovely. We have considered that sink too. However my research revealed that the faucet contains lead and is not for drinking brushing. They are not lead free!! You might want to check???

    1. Hi Dawn, Thank you so much for your comment. After reading your comment I reached out to my contact at Kohler who then contacted Kohler’s engineers who emailed back saying as of May 2015 the Cannock faucets are NSF low lead compliant. It also states on Kohler’s website that the Cannock faucets meet the Safe Water Drinking Act. In researching alternative to the Cannock faucets for this sink I found that the other faucets that fit the Brockway sink, like the Chicago faucet one state that it meets the same NSF low lead compliance as well.

  3. Hi Tara! I’m a fellow ORC participant and I followed the link from the main page because that sink is so eye-catching – what a beauty! Then I looked back to see your ‘before’ pics and, wow! What a transformation you’ve made. Looking forward to checking back next week to see the final reveal.

  4. I just purchased this sink, expecting to hang it up as is. BUT, the underside just doesn’t look as black as it appears in pictures. It’s kind of splotchy looking with lots of imperfections. I was curious if you painted the underside black? Or did you leave it as is? Maybe once I flip it and hang it, all of that will just disappear into the shadows and look black??

    1. Hi Carla, Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and for commenting. The underside of our Brockway sink was not as bright black as I had imagined it would be. However, we did not paint it and I am very happy with how the sink looks hanging on our boys bathroom wall. Good luck with your sink and I hope you turn out to be as happy with yours as we are with ours.

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