Kenny's Brick-thing

Made With Trash

Dumped in my driveway were two very large dump trailers-full of masonry and dirt.     The debris came from a portion of building that was tore down in town.
Of the huge amount of debris were salvaged 2 types of brick; all were solid brick with the exception of about 100 figure 8 brick.




Below shows the incomplete wing-wall that will require cuting of the figure 8 brick to be installed within each of the toothings on the left of the right column.
Accent Brick Column Pending Cuts Photo
On the right of the picture below is pre-wing wall installation.
Freshly installed brick on rear wall still wet photo
Wing-wall on right installed.
Contrast between the two types of brick photo
Center wall below the coffee cup was knocked down to erase a dumb idea.
Chang of Plans, wall demolition photo


Below are some photos of the three sinks which are available around here.    After propping up a few bricks to hold up each sink and snapping some shots of the sinks, it was found that each one poses its own set of problems (one requires a pedestal, another has a crack in the ceramic, and one will be a chore to support).


Here are the sinks which are available:

Type 1 (has a crack in the ceramic in a visible location)
Square sink set on top of temporary brick photo
Square sink from a distance photo

Type 2 (requires a pedestal, and I don't have one)
Rounded sink from a distance photo
Rounded sink up close photo

Type 3 (is plastic and will require the brick to either corbel inward or need lintels to support it)
Thin non-porcelain sink photo
Thin sink from a distance photo

Personally, I'm not in love with any of the sinks.  
A wide-mouth clay basin might be interesting as a sink though.

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