Home Depot Bar Sink

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Home Depot Bar Sink

Choosing a Bar Sink Bar sinks, also referred to as prep sinks, are a convenient addition to home bars, or used in kitchens where counter space is limited. There are several options to consider when deciding on a bar sink, including the sink style and size, the material it’s made from and the accessories available to customize the sink to suit your needs. Style Bar sinks are available with one or two bowls and are either top mount or undermount styles. A top mount bar sink is also referred to as self-rimming or drop in. They are set into a cut-out counter top and have a rim that prevents the sink from dropping through the opening. These sinks are easy to install and the rim provides a close seal that prevents leaks. With an undermount sink, the sink sits just beneath the countertop and the edges of the counter, where it is cut out to fit the sink, are finished. These types of bar sinks are contemporary and offer a sleek look. They also come with covers that transform them into counter space when the sink isn’t in use. Material When buying a wet bar sink, consider the materials it’s made from to ensure the material you choose is practical as well as visually appealing. Composite sinks are a combination of several compounds, including metal, resins and porcelain. They are long-lasting, scratch-resistant and come in a wide range of colors. Acrylic is a common sink material that is also stain-resistant and durable. However, bronze or copper can add an aged beauty to your wet bar as they develop a patina with age. Cast iron is a durable option, but the enamel or porcelain coating on most cast iron sinks scratches easily. Cast iron is also heavy and requires support underneath the counter. Stainless steel is lightweight, economical and also impact and stain resistant. However, granite or another stone sink will have a natural look. Stone sinks are heavy, as in the case of cast iron, but they are more durable than stainless steel and resistant to scratches. However, stone sinks require frequent cleaning because they are porous. Size The depth of the sink depends on the space your plumbing takes up underneath the sink. A deep basin can be accommodated, but where space is limited, consider selecting a shallow basin to ensure you have adequate space to fit above the plumbing. Bar sinks come in different sizes, although most are smaller than your average kitchen sink. Bar sinks are also available in different shapes including, round, rectangular or square. Accessories Wet bar sinks are similar to kitchen sinks in regards to the many options that are available to customize the sink to your needs. When you’re limited on counter space, some bar sinks can be fitted with custom cutting board covers and others are designed to accommodate drain baskets or colanders to make food prep easier. In addition to customized options for the basin, you can choose from a wide variety of faucets and some sinks have additional cut-outs to accommodate a sprayer or soap dispenser as well. FaucetDepot carries a large selection of durable and long lasting bar sinks at the best prices around. We are one of the top retailers of sinks from the finest manufacturers in the industry including Kohler, Elkay and Blanco, to name only a few. Our sinks will hold their finish and stand up to the most rigorous usage for years to come. Shop Bar Sinks Elkay Bar Sinks Blanco Bar Sinks

Home Depot Bar Sink

A New Sink for the Kitchen or Bar Need a new sink for your kitchen or bar? The Home Depot can help you find the perfect one in no time. We carry a huge selection of sinks from top brands like Blanco, Wessan, Kohler and Kindred and make shopping online simple. You can browse our entire selection 24 hours per day, seven days per week and make your purchase through our secure online checkout. Your new sink can be delivered to your door or picked up at your nearest store. So Many Types to Choose From Many people choose to begin their search for sinks by focusing on the type that is right for their kitchen. Undermount sinks rest below a solid countertop for a sleek, seamless look. Top-mount sinks sit atop the countertop and have an edge that overlaps the countertop. Wall-mount sinks go against the wall and can be used in areas of kitchens and bars where there are no counters. Apron-front sinks have exposed fronts, giving them a farmhouse chic or industrial look. Bar and Prep sinks are small sinks used in bar tops or as secondary work sinks in a kitchen. Tile-in sinks sit in a cutout in a ceramic or stone tile countertop. Double bowl sinks come in a number of styles and have two bowls, making them convenient for dishwashing and cooking. Comparing Sink Materials Another way to start your search for the perfect sink is to focus on the type of material that you prefer. Some of the most popular materials include: Stainless steel. The most popular option for kitchen, stainless steel is heat and stain resistant and has a sleek silver look. Acrylic. Economically priced, acrylic sinks are simple to clean and stain-resistant. Cast iron. Finished with enamel, cast iron comes in an array of colors and is heavy and strong. Granite. Offered in an array of natural colors, granite sinks are durable and do not show watermarks readily. Copper. Warm in color, copper adds a rich look to kitchens and is highly rust resistant. The Perfect Sink Awaits Find that ideal sink for your kitchen or bar and get on your way to improving the appearance and functionality of your space. Use the links below to shop for sinks by type, material, shape or brand.

Home Depot Bar Sink

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When moving into a new home, it’s great to add small, familiar touches such as photographs, mementos, etc. to make it feel like “home.” What better way to display those items than on stylish floating shelves? I built these DIY floating shelves in my bathroom. But they would look great in your living room, den, or just about any room of the house. This easy tutorial will show you how to build these DIY floating shelves in your home. Just follow the step-by-step instructions. But first… Cleaning when you’re moving in is an important first step to making your home truly yours. Bounty paper towels make cleaning your new space easy….just wipe clean and toss! The wall adjacent to the sink (where the shelves are going) had a few cobwebs, etc., so I pulled out a Swiffer Duster and wiped them away. Then I cleaned the wall with an all-purpose Mr. Clean Magic Eraser before starting our project. All clean and ready to go. How to Build DIY Floating Shelves Supplies ¼-in. x 2-ft. x 4-ft. Sanded Plywood Project Panel  1 in. x 2 in. x 8 ft. Select Pine Board Wood glue Clamps Screws Screwdriver and/or Drill Stud finder Level Brad nailer (with nails) Painter’s Tape with Edge-Lock Paint Brush (Wooster) Paint (BEHR Premium Plus Ultra – Ultra Pure White) Step 1 Cut the wood pieces below into the following dimensions. Alternately, you can have an associate at The Home Depot cut them for you. 4 – 1-in. x 2-in. x 21-in. 8 – 1-in. x 2-in. x 6½ in. 4 – ¼-in. x 8-in. x 21-in. 4 – ¼-in. x 2-in. x 8-in. 2 – ¼-in. x 2-in. x 21⅜-in. We decided to use a number of small wood pieces to build a frame inside the shelves that would make them extra sturdy. Below, you see the layout to follow for building the frame. Step 2 Screw these pieces together as shown below in order to make your frame. Step 3 Glue (and clamp and/or nail) the sanded panels to the frame. As you can see in the pictures below, there’s no glue on the front 1 x 2 board. Instead, it is attached for alignment purposes only while gluing and then removed so it can be attached to the wall. Step 4 Once it’s glued, go ahead and remove the 1 x 2. The photo below shows the 1 x 2 and the piece of finish that will cover it once it’s on the wall. Step 5 Attach the shelf to the wall from the inside with a screwdriver. Use a stud finder and screw into at least one stud for stability. Step 6 Make sure the shelf is level (both vertically and horizontally) before adding the remaining screws. Step 7 Attach the second floating shelf the same way making sure of measurements and keeping things level. Step 8 Re-attach the 1 x 2 boards to the fronts of both shelves. Step 9 Glue the remaining ¼-in. boards to the front and use a brad nailer (or finish nails) to hold in place. Wipe away any glue that may leak from the seam with a paper towel. While that’s drying, tape off the shelves to get them ready for painting. You’re almost done! Step 10 Once the glue is dry, apply two coats of paint, allowing them to dry between coats. The Scotch Blue Edge-Lock Painter’s Tape worked great for this! There’s not one bit of paint anywhere in sight, except on the shelves where it belongs. And we’re DONE! Now you can decorate your sturdy DIY floating shelves with mementos and anything that is special to you. Since I live right by the coast, anything with a coastal feel feels like home to me. The picture of my husband and son fishing is a special one to me as well. I’m loving my new floating shelves and the special things we’ve added to make it feel like home. Nancy Christopher blogs at Artsy Chicks Rule. Want to have a professional come in and help you create floating shelves? You can organize storage installation with a local professional through The Home Depot. Check out more DIY projects and ideas here on The Home Depot Blog, and follow our Easy DIY pinboard on Pinterest. Browse The Home Depot’s Cleaning Department for everything you need to keep your home clean.

Home Depot Bar Sink

Home Depot Bar Sink

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Home Depot Bar Sink
Home Depot Bar Sink
Home Depot Bar Sink