Kitchen Island Part 3

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The Plan

  1. Install dishwasher
  2. Install garbage disposal.
  3. Replace and extend counter for a breakfast bar.
  4. Install new sink and faucet.
  5. Add wainscoting and trim to the outside of the island.
  6. Paint.

Finally the last stages for the kitchen island!

We chose a White Single Basin Acrylic drop in sink, 8 1/2 inches deep, deep enough to wash a big pot.

 When I came across the acrylic sinks, I gave the chicken eye!  I have never heard of an acrylic sink!  What was attractive was the advantages! Acrylic sinks are light weight, which makes it easier to install, resist stains, resist chipping and less expensive then a stainless steel and ceramic sinks. Also, looks pretty! I am very happy with our choice!


We chose brushed chrome, single handle pull out faucet, which matches our cabinet handles and light fixtures.

Garbage disposal installed.

Adding the wainscoting and trim makes the kitchen island look so beautiful!

For some reason Whataburger is our go to renovation food!

Now ready for paint!

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Decker Acrylic Kitchen sink, purchased at Lowe’s. Single handle Chrome Faucet and Garbage Disposal purchased at Lowes.

Our kitchen reveal scheduled for January 31, 2016, hope to see you back!

Thank you for visiting!

 “A pinch of patience, a dash of kindness, a spoonful of laughter and a heap of love.”

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