|Forum topic by juicegoose||posted 01-10-2011 04:52 PM||1036 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
01-10-2011 04:52 PM
The wife and I cook outdoors at least a couple times a week. We have always talked about how nice it would be to have a little sink outdoors to clean pans quick and also use for outdoor gardening. Well the porject gods blessed me with a nice little sink from the habitat store. My plan is to make a simple open structure around the sink with some wings on either side. Maybe a shelf under te sink for items but mainly leaving it wide open.
What would you guys think would bea good wood for this item
I know teak would be great but the expense is a little much. Could I use something like oak and just put a good seal coat on it or what?
Also how would you guys recomend I mount the sink. Naturally I don’t think plywood would work very well or look good either. I had thought of something like laminate countertops but the substrate is junk and even gluing it to wood wouldn’t work well.
Any design Ideas or considerations I should take into consideration would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.