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Design Sleuth: The Alape Bucket Sink from Germany

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 09, 2014 01:10 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Oct 08, 2014

Lately we've been noticing the humble Alape bucket sink in washrooms everywhere (we first spotted it at Labour and Wait in London). Here's a roundup of spaces, plus a source for the sink. Above: In the Melbourne home of Simone and Rhys Haag, an Alape sink with a ladder as towel holder. Photograph by Armelle Habib for Urbis Magazine . Above: The Alape Enameled Bucket Sink at Orchard Keepers , in Australia, works as a small washbasin. Photograph by Sharyn Cairns via Est .   Above: A humble bucket sink in the Old Library Restaurant washroom, designed by Australian firm Hecker Guthrie, is elevated by the addition of exposed copper piping and a painted wall mimicking tiles.  Above: Another Alape sink in the home of Simone and Rhys Haag. Photograph by Armelle Habib for Urbis Magazine . Above: The glazed  Alape Bucket Sink  features a dark PVC edge; it can be found at Labour and Wait , in London, for £140 ($225 USD). See our posts on Farmhouse & Utility Sinks for more ideas. For Outdoor Utility Sink  inspiration, go to Gardenista. This post is an update; the original story ran on February 26, 2013, as part of our Bath & Spa issue. More Stories from Remodelista 5 Favorites: Classic Made-in-the-USA Wooden Clothespins Small Space, High Style: A Napa Valley Laundry Room Furniture Care: Tips from an LA Antiques Maestro






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