Thursday, June 14, 2012



It's done.

All I need to do now is get some plants and start accessorizing the space.

I can't wait until tomorrow, my day off from school.
Spanish and my new teacher class are keeping my nose in a book and in the classroom. I'm enjoying both classes, however the garden is a welcome and refreshing distraction.


just me said...

we have one of those old sinks in our basement! heavy son of a gun! watching a show Rehab addict, she restores and flips old homes. She has one in her basement and was saying they are usually made from soapstone but people think it is concrete, she sanded hers and oiled and it was pretty cool!

Kingfisher Farm said...

Oh wow I wish I had a soapstone one! I've never seen that show, it sounds interesting. Rehabbing an old house is not for the faint of heart, that's for sure. And finding a soapstone sink would be so fun. I might try to make my concrete sink look more interesting with a paint distressing project. I don't think I could oil mine, sanding it might not be good either. Too bad it`s not stone!

19thcgirl said...

I thought your sink was zinc! I have one in my basemnet and I think it might be zinc, too. What a cute idea.

Kingfisher Farm said...

Thank you Trisha, I'm enjoying it. I really want a sink at waist level with a working counter. However this one is to provide some privacy. Now I just want to put up a backdrop or trellis. I have zinc accents on the sink and buckets, watering cans, and found a super cool laundry tub, all of zinc.