Sink for shallow kitchen counter

alisonsandnerJuly 31, 2010

My 1915 kitchen desperately needs a new sink - old one very worn - but the counter is narrow, only 20-1/2 inches and I can't find sinks to fit. I'd prefer a white cast iron sink to match the one we're replacing. The old sink looks to be roughly 19 inches by 29 inches, but I'd compromise on the length if I could find one to fit the marrow counter.

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I've read of people successfully resurfacing their old sinks. That's an option if you truly can't locate a suitable replacement.

Any pictures?

    Bookmark   July 31, 2010 at 6:35AM
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