Originally Posted by trudinator
Here are the issues I'd have, after I thout about it for awhile. The new sink wouldn't be flush-mounted like the original sink. The sink cover would be useless, and you'd lose the ability to rinse your dishes with a single bowl sink. I'm sure my DH could make a wood sink cover, since he's a woodworker, but the sink would have to be a drop-in model, and the cover wouldn't be flush. Some things to think about. I'll start looking around for a slightly larger sink that won't break the bank and just get used to not having a sink cover. Not the worst thing I guess. Thanks for sharing this.
I was going to comment that I keep my sink covers in the cabinet since I don't use them. But then a light bulb came on that I could use the larger one by leaning it against the wall next to the stove when cooking bacon. Even with cooking on a low flame this would give the wallpaper a little more protection when cooking greasy food.
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