Before indoor plumbing, dry sinks were used as both kitchen and bathroom furniture. Today, they can be used in any room and for such practical purposes as planters, bars and tables. This dry sink in particular is all the more attractive because it can be built with relative ease and with little expense.
The full-size plans for this project include all you need to know to get the job done right: a materials list, cutting schedule, a dozen photos, exploded diagram and step-by-step instructions.
When complete, the dry sink stands 35 inches tall, 37 inches long and 17 inches deep.