European Garden Style////Factory Sink

Saturday, September 8, 2012

My Matt's completion of our garden sink
 Faucet below for the garden hose.
Matt laid a good sized area of pea gravel & deep as to not get muddy.

Love how Matt ran the copper piping on the back of the sink!.

Matt brought home a fig tree & hope it can handle Ohio's winters.

A place to wash produce & little hands & feet!

The limestone base came from our friend's cellar walls.

 There is also electricity under the sink, for parties etc.

 For the Lamb which is in the midst of the throne shall feed them, and shall lead them unto living fountains of waters: and God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes. Revelation 7:17

Projects always take longer than I think! Next up is our attic, it is torn out now and the windows are being restored. So happy I found someone that loves history and is willing to work with the old......

Have a wonderful weekend!!!


Anonymous said...

Oh it looks absolutely gorgeous!!~
I would love to have a lovely place like this to cut my flowers!
Hope you have a wonderful weekend.

Julia said...

Oh, it is wonderful!! I love it and bet that you will get so much use out of it! I love your blog and lovely style:).


Jennifer Rizzo said...

that is amazing!!! i want one of those. we put in a hardy fig at the beginning of the season too, i am hopipng it makes it this winter as well. My mom said to mulch it with leaves eally well this winter to help it out.

Jill Flory of Sew a Fine Seam said...

:) Yay! it's finished! I want to come see it in person sometime this fall, kay?!

deborah said...

Love the outside sink! It turned out beautifully.

I would love having an outside sink and it wouldn't even have to look that good! :)

Tracey said...

This is AWESOME Kara!!!!!!!!! Great job Matt!! You styled it so pretty too!


:) T