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    • Nicki Sefferman Hamel

      kitchen sink cooler - farmhouse sinks

    • Christy Velez-Douglas

      Put your kitchen sink to work as a beverage cooler. "Guests will feel more welcome helping themselves to drinks," says Powers, "and cleanup's a breeze." -

    • Alicia Huddleson

      Another reason I am in love, and have it on my MUST list, for a country sink in my kitchen! An entertaining bonus feature :)

    • Debbie Fierro

      Party time on the patio! Great idea for a farm sink on the potting bench!

    • Crystal Kitten

      Party idea: fill the sink with drinks. Very welcoming and easy to clean up!

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