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Concrete Sink Project Part One

After casting and completing my kitchen counter tops in concrete. I decided that I wanted to try a concrete sink in the shape of a guitar for the backyard. I’ve often needed a place to wash my hands after doing work stuff, and hate to go in the house with dirty hands putting grime and mess on the knobs and stuff.

Having a sink in the back yard would be great and would bring a little of the inside out. It would also allow me to try my skills at sink making, something I have been wanting to do for a while now.

This video covers me and my brother in law making a slab to put the cabinet on and then the cabinet gets made that will support the sink. This is part one of the video, part two will follow in a later post as the construction continues.

This is not a how to video with steps, this is just a video with a lot of time-lapse pictures  showing the progression of the project.

The cabinet will later be faced out with old rustic wood taken from old homes. I know a place that salvages wood from older homes to make flooring with and I can go and get scraps. This will work really well on the cabinets.

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#1 Concrete Sink Project Part Two ~ Seize The Page on 11.06.11 at 1:29 am

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#2 Concrete Sink Project Part Two ~ Seize The Page on 11.06.11 at 1:29 am

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#3 Custom Concrete Guitar Sink ~ Seize The Page on 03.20.12 at 2:00 pm

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