• Meridian Solid Surface #51 Integral Bathroom Sink

    Model # MLB051

    • Non-Porous Surface Resists Mold, Mildew, and Stains
    • Suitable for Undermount Applications in both Residential and Commercial Applications
    • Approved by the Massachusetts Board of Examiners of Plumbers and Gasfitters
    • Certified by the NAHB Research Center to the ANSI Z124 standard

    Spec Sheet

  • Meridian Solid Surface #60 Integral ADA Bathroom Sink

    Model # MLB060

    • Non-Porous Surface Resists Mold, Mildew, and Stains
    • Suitable for Undermount Applications in both Residential and Commercial Applications
    • Approved by the Massachusetts Board of Examiners of Plumbers and Gasfitters
    • Certified by the NAHB Research Center to the ANSI Z124 standard

    Spec Sheet

  • Meridian Solid Surface #75 Integral Bathroom Sink

    Model # MLB075

    • Non-Porous Surface Resists Mold, Mildew, and Stains
    • Suitable for Undermount Applications in both Residential and Commercial Applications
    • Approved by the Massachusetts Board of Examiners of Plumbers and Gasfitters
    • Certified by the NAHB Research Center to the ANSI Z124 standard

    Spec Sheet

  • Meridian Solid Surface #98 Integral Bathroom Sink

    Model # MLB098

    • Non-Porous Surface Resists Mold, Mildew, and Stains
    • Suitable for Undermount Applications in both Residential and Commercial Applications
    • Approved by the Massachusetts Board of Examiners of Plumbers and Gasfitters
    • Certified by the NAHB Research Center to the ANSI Z124 standard

    Spec Sheet

  • Meridian Solid Surface Classic Vanity Top

     

    • Superior value solid surface vanity top
    • Integral, oversized center bowl with no overflow
    • Easy to clean surface, does not promote mold or mildew
    • Choose from a variety of solid colors and granite-patterned colors
    • Bowl color same as top
    • 1-1/4” edge thickness with eased edges on front and both sides
    • 3-1/2” coved backsplash
    • Each top is matte fi nished
    • Available detached right or left endsplash

    Spec Sheet | Care & Cleaning

  • Vitreous China Undermount Bathroom Sink – Oval Large

    Vitreous china is a glazing technique that is added to porcelain. It is a glass based enamel coating that makes things more durable, denser, and shinier. When a large amount of heat is applied to powdered glass, a liquid called vitreous enamel is created.

    The term “Vitreous China” refers to ceramic materials (like porcelain) that have been glazed with vitreous enamel AND can also be used to refer to the actual enamel coating. When shopping, they’re essentially the same thing but if you want to get technical, they are different; base (porcelain/ceramic) vs the coating (vitreous enamel). No need to make things overly complicated.

  • Vitreous China Undermount Bathroom Sink – Oval Small

    Vitreous china is a glazing technique that is added to porcelain. It is a glass based enamel coating that makes things more durable, denser, and shinier. When a large amount of heat is applied to powdered glass, a liquid called vitreous enamel is created.

    The term “Vitreous China” refers to ceramic materials (like porcelain) that have been glazed with vitreous enamel AND can also be used to refer to the actual enamel coating. When shopping, they’re essentially the same thing but if you want to get technical, they are different; base (porcelain/ceramic) vs the coating (vitreous enamel). No need to make things overly complicated.

  • Vitreous China Undermount Bathroom Sink – Rectangular Large

    Vitreous china is a glazing technique that is added to porcelain. It is a glass based enamel coating that makes things more durable, denser, and shinier. When a large amount of heat is applied to powdered glass, a liquid called vitreous enamel is created.

    The term “Vitreous China” refers to ceramic materials (like porcelain) that have been glazed with vitreous enamel AND can also be used to refer to the actual enamel coating. When shopping, they’re essentially the same thing but if you want to get technical, they are different; base (porcelain/ceramic) vs the coating (vitreous enamel). No need to make things overly complicated.