Ultra-versatile: Incline counter-sink by MTI Baths

MTI Baths has launched its latest bathroom sink, the Incline.

This rectangular basin is notable for its sloped bottom that runs from the front to an integrated slotted drain along the back of the sink bottom. The Incline is part of MTI’s Boutique Collection of lavatory sinks and is handcrafted of solid ScupltureStone for a molded stone look. The Incline can be installed as an undermount sink. It can also be ordered as a counter-sink or vanity sink, where the sink bowl is fully integrated.

The vanity sinks can be specified with either Parsons-style legs or waterfall-style side on two sides or only one for design and installation flexibility. Customers can also specify lengths, single or double bowl configurations, and the bowl position in the center or offset to the right or left. The bowl size of the Incline is 19" x 15" in either white or biscuit matte with an optional gloss finish if desired.

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