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20 Sinks To Blow Your Skirt Up

By Natalie |

Here is a real fun thing about skirts that most of our household objects might feel jealous over: sinks get to wear skirts. You know, if you want them to.

I can’t think of a single other appliance or bit of furniture or architectural detail around the house (is a sink an appliance or a bit of furniture or an architectural detail?) that gets the option of wearing clothes, so really, sinks ought to feel pretty darn special.

But why would a sink need a skirt? This is a good question. Well, for hiding storage, or for keeping pipes warm (is that a thing?). Also, for going to church on Sundays. Duh!

I had too much fun combing the Internet for grand photos of sinks wearing skirts. I hope they brighten your day too! After the jump!

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20 Sinks To Blow Your Skirt Up

Sleek and Minimal

For our first sink skirt, I bring you a twist: this sink skirt doesn't even LOOK like a sink skirt! Yet it still accomplishes all the storage benefits of a sink skirt.
This sink is from Lonny Mag


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Natalie Holbrook is a hopeless optimist living in a tiny apartment in New York City with her husband Brandon and her fat baby, Henry August. She blogs at Hey Natalie Jean, a love letter from her family to New York City, and where she capture all the lovely little things that make up a wonderful life. Read bio and latest posts → Read Natalie's latest posts →

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2 thoughts on “20 Sinks To Blow Your Skirt Up

  1. eldene says:

    Great shirt trip. Reminds me of many apartments I have inhabited. I definitely could have used more creative “skirts” than I used.

  2. Megan says:

    Is it just me, or are kitchens #5 and #18 the same kitchen with different looks? I won’t tell you how many times I’ve actually clicked back and forth, but I SWEAR they are!!! Gorgeous, both.

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