April 03, 2017 1 Comment

Before we began our kitchen renovations, we knew we needed to install a sink in the mudroom because we would be kitchen-less for awhile (#thediylife). I had visions of a vintage sink and the mister found one for me! We found the sink on Craigslist and it was in pretty rough shape, so we painted it with a paint made for ceramic surfaces. It has held up fairly well, but since we used the sink pretty hard when we didn't have a kitchen sink, it does have small spots where the paint is coming off. It doesn't bother me though.

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Isn't she pretty?? The faucet was an inexpensive one (less than $70!) from Amazon and has done a great job for us. The faucet mount is adjustable, which made it very easy to install since the sink came with holes for a faucet. Otherwise, we would have had to search for a faucet to fit perfectly into the holes. I highly recommend it!

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The hanging wire basket is from Amazon as well, and the Fern Study wall hanging is from Volume 25.

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It has been so helpful to have the sink in the mudroom.  It is right by my studio, so I use it for cleaning painting brushes, and we use it for cleaning all kinds of dirty stuff that comes with living in the country.

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Other sources:

Rug: Target

Laundry hamper: an antique store

Mirror: vintage

Fern container & small succulent: Michael's

Pillows: my shop

 

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Eileen
Eileen

April 10, 2017

I love it!!! I have the same sink in my garage wasted. It’s coming in now!!! How did you attach it to the wall??

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