Every house needs a utility room, and every utility room needs a sink.
A utility room is a place to catch the dirt. A room into which you enter through the back door or side door - the "every day door" (company uses the front door).
It's where stuff gets dumped as you come in with your arms full. Stuff that you're not sure where it goes, but it needs to come in.
The utility room is where "stuff to go out to the garage" gets stacked . . . on top of the dryer. The carpenter pencils found in Tom's work clothes, the box of screws that was brought in during a project but never taken back out.
And, the utility room is where you clean eggs or scrub up with Lava soap after a particularly dirty job. The only problem is . . . we didn't have a sink in the utility room in which to do those things.
So, in the continued effort to grant the wishes of those who want more "inside" pics, here is the new sink in the utility room! I know it may seem like an insignificant thing to many of you, but, trust me, it's not. When the only other sink in the house was the kitchen sink (which you don't want to clean eggs in nor scrub up after a filthy job in) or the sink in the master bathroom upstairs (ditto for the eggs and filthy hands) . . . well, you get the idea.
And, thanks to dear friends who completely gutted and remodeled their house, this pre-mounted stainless steel number was all ours!
These pictures were taken back in August, but nothing much has changed. I'll let you know when we actually panel the walls (and SOMEHOW disguise that hideously brilliant-blue pressure tank)! ;)