for our 1940 kitchen.
the one that made my knees weak and my heart skip a beat at the same time
I know it is just a sink… but seriously.
what could be better?
but our cabinetry is already very simple, shaker style
and I thought it could use a little something to jazz it up a bit.
I loved that look as well and knew that if the fluted detail was just too much
Of course, though, once it arrived and we set it in the kitchen
the fluting was perfect.
They have double bowls and smaller and larger versions.
and everything else in
1 big basin over 2 was perfect.
so that is doesn’t slide. Easier than it sounds.
which means no two are alike.
is not happening here.
to get a nice clean finish.
The wood will need to be cut to fit close right up against the contour of your sink.
caulk is going to have to be your best friend.
The sink should have a special grate that you use in the bottom to help protect it.
so I am totally okay with all the eye rolling.
but all opinions and ideas are my own of course
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