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DIY: Galvanized Bucket as Bathroom Sink

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 07, 2012 01:04 AM
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by Izabella last modified Jul 06, 2012

Is the multi-purpose galvanized tub the most useful invention ever? It's cheap, durable, rust resistant, and can even be used as an ad hoc sink. I spotted this example of galvanized tub genius on my annual trip home to Sweden last year, at the garden and home decor store Enkla Ting . Kajsa, the store owner, is an avid gardener; when she isn't potting plants or weeding her flower beds, she writes an inspiring blog where she posts about her home projects. Kajsa made her own sink by using a galvanized vintage tub for the store's bathroom. Recreate this look with the following items: Above: The faucet is elevated with the help of a concrete block. Above: The sturdy vintage bucket adds an industrial note to the shop's rustic bathroom. Above: Galvanized Oval Wash Tub ; $17.49 from Amazon. Above: Fima by Nameeks Double Handle Single Hole Bar Kitchen Sink Faucet ; $358.20 from Wayfair. Above: Oldcastle Concrete Block is 16 inches long; $1.14 at Home Depot.




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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