Goodbye Laundry Sink, Hello Planter

I’m participating in my first Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch.

 

 

This is where my ugly laundry room sink used to be, that was never used.  Click here to see how ‘lovely’ it was…not.

 This is the before– after removing the sink. The plumbing is staying, I’m just hoping to camouflage it a bit.

 

 

 

I found a stand and an old seed bin at the flea market and decided it would serve as a great planter.  I could change it seasonally with pots of flowers and ivy.

 

 

Here it is, empty, except for spanish moss, waiting to be planted…

 

 

My laundry “room” is really just a pass-thru, from the  garage to the kitchen…

 

 

I love the tattered, worn paper ‘Seeds’ label.

 

 

 I added a ceramic bird and bird’s nest…

 

 

And for fun, my Portmeirion plate, that echos the daffodils.

 

 

A close up of an old trowel…

 

 

Some apples for additional color…

 

 

A pot of tulips, even though they won’t last very long…

 

 

At least now there is something cheery to look at  besides dryer sheets…

 

 

It almost makes me believe that spring is right around the corner.

 

 

 

Who needs a laundry sink anyway? :-)

Stop by the Porch for more inspiration…

  4 comments for “Goodbye Laundry Sink, Hello Planter

  1. February 8, 2010 at 2:39 am

    oh, that is LOVELY!! Love all the different elements used!

    suzanne

  2. Gillian
    February 8, 2010 at 4:45 am

    Absolutely gorgeous. I’m going to stare at this instead of all the snow falling outside! Actually, I would love to put something like this on my porch very, very soon.

  3. February 8, 2010 at 5:05 pm

    this looks amazing so lush and Springy. I just planted some white tulips and hyacynths oooh they smell delicious. Your new planter is wonderfu. thanks for sharing,Kathysue

  4. Carolyn
    February 9, 2010 at 3:29 am

    Hey Mary, this looks amazing. Love the “live” plants and the great birdie. Envy you having such a nice sunny laundry room. Thanks for sharing this beautiful metamorphosis.

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