|Traced the sink base|
|all of the small chips in the paint are covered |
by the edges of the pan!
Next comes the faucet. I had a vision for the faucet, but it kept changing, even google was not much help. I did run across one site with an awesome PVC pipe faucet that I loved, but it just did not go with this kitchen. Lastly I ran across THIS POST, by Ana White, about cutting wood to make a faucet. But seeing as we have all seen my previous wood cutting skills, we went a slightly different route. :) Yay! Eventually settling on a mix between 3 posts that I found from others, and the original one I linked to, and created the one for this kitchen.
The whole base became yellow, with the faucet (still not dry in the above photo) getting a coat of sparkle. To attach the Faucet to the Desk top, I put a bit of wood glue on the bottom, then screwed the base into the desk. Lastly adding the round blocks, making sure not to tighten the screw all the way, so the handles still spin, and can be turned on and off. :)
For the full project, check our the main post HERE.