Either way, those old sinks can have a great new life in the potting shed, backyard, or garage as a utility sink. The great thing about this project is that you can tailor it to fit your needs, with as much or as little plumbing work as you want. The sink in the photo uses cold water from the hose, with the waste routed into the drain for the outdoor shower behind it. Your main decision is whether your sink will be:. As for the sink cabinet or cart, you have as many options as you have scraps of lumber in your garage!
How to Plumb for an Outdoor Kitchen
How to Install Outdoor Kitchen Plumbing | Better Homes & Gardens
A little complicated to install but superior quality and whole family uses on the patio. Highly recommend! I love this sink. I have it bolted on the wall on my deck. It is wonderful when you are out gardening, bbq'ing. You can go over to it and just wash up. My husband and I, are very much into the environment and, we have taken the drain hose and buried it into a flower bed and this way the flower bed is constantly watered with the waste water.
How to Attach Your Garden Hose to the Kitchen Faucet
A proper outdoor kitchen needs a sink, but running plumbing isn't always an option. An easy hack is building an outdoor sink that is fed from a garden hose and empties into a bucket. Dirty water can be used water plants in the yard, and you can move the sink to wherever you need it. Bob Clagett of I Like to Make Stuff has constructed his outdoor sink by welding a metal frame together and using pallet wood for the countertop, sides, and base.