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Sink with no window above, pictures please

Posted by threegraces (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 13, 10 at 13:26

Please show me your sinks that do NOT have windows over them. If we keep with the layout we're considering, we won't have a window (we don't now either). I'm not sure how to light it, what to put over it, etc.


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RE: Sink with no window above, pictures please

I have now and will have with the next kitchen no window over the sink. I will have a cabinet and undercabinet lighting like segbrown. I don't see an issue - plenty of light. I did live in a house with a corner BLACK sink with window and no light. I hated that kitchen at night. I couldn't see items in the sink.

RE: Sink with no window above, pictures please

We also have no window above the sink, but it undergoing a reno so no pic.

I am currently drooling over a website with fantastic cab pulls and noticed this pics that may be of interest to you.

Here is a link that might be useful: windowless sink

RE: Sink with no window above, pictures please

Here are some ideas maybe they can inspire some
creative solutions. You might find a wonderful
pendant or maybe shelves with under cab lightings. Lots
of ideas.

This sink in on a corner. I love it.

glazedcabinets from

Caer Hayes kichen

Pensive Blog

Hookdon House

nahb monday


Tumbled backsplash tile

Marble Counters FlickR image

Cream Subway tile google image

Honed Granite Kitchen Artworks

don gardner

Soapstone sink cottage HTOU

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