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3023-WH | Kathryn® 24 [Backup Product]


Bring timeless sophistication to your bathroom with the Kathryn console tabletop. Shaped from elegant marble, this durable tabletop was inspired by a 1929 KOHLER exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Part of the Kathryn collection, this tabletop creates an upscale look for any bathroom, particularly when paired with Kathryn console legs.

  • Features
  • 8-inch center faucet holes.
  • Precut for a KOHLER 17- by 14-inch under-mount sink.
  • Requires the K-9699 frame kit with hardware (sold separately).
  • Coordinates with Kathryn console legs and other products in the Kathryn collection.
  • Material
  • Available in White Carrara or Nero Marquina marble.
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Height 33-3/4"
Length 24"
Width 22"

Kathryn® 24" x 22" marble console tabletop with 8" widespread faucet holes and cut for K-2205-G or K-2210-G under-mount bathroom sink | dimensions diagram

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