Primitive dry sink from salvaged materials

April 28th, 2010 in member junk     
CountryJunkSale CountryJunkSale, member
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Primitive Dry Sink made from a shed door, salvaged wainscott, hardware and cratewood.

Primitive Dry Sink made from a shed door, salvaged wainscott, hardware and cratewood.


I made this primitive style Dry Sink from an old shed door, which I cut in half to make twin doors, salvaged waiscott for the back and salvaged hardware and cratewood. I dropped it off at AAJMS this morning, then walked through the displays and looked at all the items in the show. It's incredible!!! I could spend hours just looking! If you haven't done so already, make plans to see it.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, furniture

Comments (8)

ninnarae writes: Wow- this really turned out wonderfully! Just a beautiful job! Posted: 1:01 pm on May 2nd
rusticdiva writes: Gorgeous! Posted: 9:42 pm on May 1st
fellowjunker writes: Fabulous!!
xojanis Posted: 11:44 am on April 30th
BillyJo writes: That is so cool. The wainscott is the cream de la crem. Well my french is bad but I love this. thanks for shareing
Posted: 11:19 pm on April 28th
OnEaglesWings writes: Wow, great job...looks very authentic. I love dry sinks...especially white ones!
Blessings,
Susie Posted: 8:16 pm on April 28th
MakinItHappen writes: You've done it again; another primitive beauty! Posted: 8:11 pm on April 28th
RustyDiva writes: Love, love , love! Posted: 4:40 pm on April 28th
alicemom writes: That is fantastic!
smiles, alice Posted: 4:06 pm on April 28th
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