Kitchen Sink Score

Back when I posted about my new appliances, I also posted pics of what I was planning for the kitchen remodel. That plan included a big ‘ol fatty farmhouse sink like this one…
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Now, I don’t know why no one spoke up and told me just how flippin expensive they are. Seriously, I knew they were pricey, but dang! Since our kitchen remodel is all about how far we can stretch a dollar, I realized that my farmhouse sink was not going to happen. Sigh.
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Anyway, earlier this week I was at Home Depot picking up some spray paint, trim nails and plywood – you know, the usual – when I came across (ok, perhaps I stalk it) the clearance section. There, on the floor, was one lonely kitchen sink marked down from $280 to $145. My interest was peaked – but was it single basin? Yes! Undermount? Yes! Stainless? Yes! 32x18x9? Yes, yes and yes! Into the cart it went and when I got home I went right to Google to make sure it was actually a good deal (and Home Depot didn’t fool me with their inflated prices). The best deal I could find online was $245. So I’m feeling pretty good about my new sink. Here is the stock photo of it…
Mine is still in the box and I’m pretty sure you don’t want to see a picture of the box. Of course, you are reading a post about a kitchen sink that’s not even installed yet, so perhaps you do. It IS a thrilling subject.
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So now, instead of the kitchen looking something like this…
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it will look more like this…
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and I get the satisfaction of throwing my current sink – a plastic, scratched up, stained, double basin disaster – into the dumpster.
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(It actually doesn’t look too bad in this picture…hmmm, maybe I could sell it….)

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Comments

  1. Awesome find!! I can't wait to see it all finished!! And heck yes you can sell that old beast on CL! I'm sure somebody will want it!

  2. Hey I saw your dumpster rocker transformation a while back and I was wondering what the name of the fabric you used is? If you know and could pass that along my email is andyh405@hotmail.com. Thanks! Love it!
    Andrea

  3. What cool projects and ideas!!

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  4. Congrats on the great find. It always makes me feel good when I find a good deal!!! Not sure I was sold on the one big sink… but, then the more I thought about it…. I think that I DO like it….. So happy for you!!

  5. What a find! Farmhouse sinks sing to my soul. And I totally remember you! Thank you for the kind words…I totally dig your blog!

  6. A big bravo for you!

  7. If you still have your sink you could use it as a planter in the back yard. I saw it on a show once.

  8. Good post and it’s got me thinking and looking around to do the same but I found a website (ironically on your website from a Google ad) for a sink just like yours for only $97 (standard shipping is $17.95 sent via FedEx). It looks to be exactly like yours.

    http://www.mrdirectint.com/3218c-single-bowl-stainless-steel-kitchen-sink.html
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