For a while now, I have been rethinking my plan for the kitchen at the Cross House.
When I purchased the house I had no idea of where the sink was in 1894. After some sleuthing, the evidence suggested that it was, however improbably, right in front of the huge south double window. I have also come across several archival images showing sinks partially blocking windows. So, it seems this was a thing.
Previously, Michael suggested I contact Vermont Soapstone to order a custom soapstone sink. And, yesterday, I did. The price, while scary, was not actually as bad as I thought.
So — drum roll, please — I am gonna do a measured drawing of my sink, and place an order! Squee!!!!!!!!
I will still need a metal single leg, for the left side. Because the sink will be in a corner, I will not need a leg to the right.
My previous plan to do a huge island will now be reduced in scale to an island half the size. This will contain a dishwasher, and a drawer-style refrigerator and freezer.
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