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5 Favorites: Gardening Sinks

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5 Favorites: Gardening Sinks

March 29, 2012

Perhaps the ultimate luxury: a designated sink area for tending to the needs of household plants and arranging flowers.

Above: A gardening sink in Sweden by Agnetta Enzell. For more, see Outbuilding of the Week: Black and White Orangery.

Photograph by Matthew Williams for Gardenista. See step-by-step instructions for our simple DIY outdoor sink in our new Gardenista book.
Above: Photograph by Matthew Williams for Gardenista. See step-by-step instructions for our simple DIY outdoor sink in our new Gardenista book.

Above: A gardening sink at Terrain, outside Philadelphia.

Above: As usual, the English have it covered; image via Light Locations.

An open-air workstation in a covered walkway adjacent to the shop has a sink, countertop space, and simple shelving. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Gardenista. For more, see our new Gardenista book.
Above: An open-air workstation in a covered walkway adjacent to the shop has a sink, countertop space, and simple shelving. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Gardenista. For more, see our new Gardenista book.

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