Friday, January 29, 2010

Dry Sinks

Here is a picture of the dry sink in the dining room.  I bought this a few years ago at Spring Run Farm, a really nice antique/primitives store in Lowell Indiana.  It has it's original paint which appears to be a pale grey or really dirty white.  I love it as a decorative piece but not so much as a functional one!  I lived with it in my kitchen for a while but found I needed some flat, washable surface to work on!  I used a porcelain topped table for a while and that worked fine but didn't give me the storage that I needed so I decided to use my porcelain topped cabinet in it's place.

 Here is a miniature dry sink that I made to look like the big one.


  1. I love dry sinks. Yours are fantastic ! I've been searching Craigs list, local papers and antique shops hoping to find one....maybe someday. Thanks for the eye candy
    Prim Huggs n Blessins

  2. What wonderful dry sinks! It's amazing to me you built the small one! great work!

  3. Catherine ~ I just found your blog this am & it's wonderful. I love your dry sink & the samll one is amazing. Just emailed you.
    thanks ~


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