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Monday, April 8, 2013

Your thoughts please

Image via Pinterest.

(That's a sink.)

20 comments:

Jill said...

K...so that's a sink? (looks more like the dish you put under a plant...a really nice one though)So what the hell is coming out of the wall and what room are we in?

Sorry...it's the first day back to school (spring break for my kids)and I haven't had my coffee yet.

ita darling. said...

i love the way it looks.. it is nicely incorporated into a counter top.. i don't think it is so awesome for a domestic kitchen, it would be much better suited for an open plan unisex bathroom in a trendy restaurant where you could communally wash hands with other pretty people..

The Pink Pagoda said...

Oh thank you for telling us what it is. I need more explanation, though.

Mallory High said...

It confuses me a bit. What else could you do with that sink except for rinsing a bowl of salad greens? It doesn't look like it's a good fit for washing dishes and the faucet makes me want to drink out of it like I'm a thristy kid in the backyard.

Debra Phillips said...

nope, can't say it........too vulgar

The Down East Dilettante said...

oh gawd. The race to be 'original' goes on...

Michele from Boston said...

The sink I could live with, but that honking great light fixture over my head? That would be a deal breaker. Do they get extra points for being artsy with their architectural salvage? One thing I do LOVE are the metal frame windows. Fabulous light!

Robin said...

I'm too distracted by the indoor-outdoor light fixture that is reminiscent of the aliens in the Spielberg/Cruise version of War of the Worlds to figure out how that bidet got up on the counter.

asheadesignlab.com said...

Claw. Foot. Dog. Dish.

Also, that wall light makes me think they're about to commence 19th century abdominal surgery on that countertop at any minute.

Interior Design Musings said...

I am confident you would be completely wet after one hand washing - splatter city. M.

melissa said...

It looks a bit grubby... No, not for me thanks.

mrs. anderdaddy said...

I'm pretty sure that's a Victorian shower pan, which means they've surely repurposed the matching sitz bath. Also that light fixture terrifies me. Why do I have the impression that room smells like an architectural salvage warehouse after weeks of rain?

Caitlin said...

NOOOOOOOOOO!

Joni Webb said...

i;m more concerned with the light!

www-vintageskistyle-com said...

Doh! Why didn't I think of using a shower base for the kitchen sink??! Let's hope they haven't got the kitchen sink in the shower...

Kenna Marple said...

Stop the presses, is that monstrosity of a light mirrored by an identical one on the outside, or is it a reflection trick from the camera?

It wasn't my favorite anyway, but the attempt to make it a mirror of the courtyard light is all the more rancid.

Annie Smith said...

I thought it was a bathroom immediately, and then wondered why there was food in the tub. I want to like it, I really do-but then I just don't!

Linenqueen said...

That is a shower pan. Wish I had it because I looked high and low for one and came up empty. An architectal salvage place in Washington DC said the last one they has they sold for $2000. Well, that's way out of my price range.

Joanna Wissinger said...

Great for water play.

Bromeliad said...

I fear someone might accidentally whiz on the salad.