Remember that wierd sink we got off of Craigslist last spring?
The one with no faucet holes and no faucet?
The one that I tried relentlessly to get more information about through every resource known to man? (Ask This Old House, I'm looking in your direction...)
Well, a couple of weeks ago we finally got it in working order!
I've already showed you a picture of it in this post but just in case you missed it, here is the sink when we bought it
And here it is now
So that's our $60 Craigslist find. All shined up and working like a charm. My mom and I took all of the plumbing that was under the sink apart, gave it a good bath in CLR, another good bath in WD40 and then reassembled it. The parts we didn't have, we were lucky enough to pick up at our local True Value Hardware store - on a side note, those guys at Hupp Hardware were THE most helpful group of people I have ever met. For real. That's where we got those escutcheons you see on the wall ($7 each). The cross handles are vintage from our trip to Mylissa's Garden ($3 each). So, I bet you're wondering how a sink with no faucet (you can see) works. I made a little video to show you how: