Everything But the Cliche
November 3, 2011 12:14 AM Subscribe
For financial and quasi-environmental reasons, I live in a studio apartment with its own bathroom but with a shared kitchen down the hall. It's great except for one thing: I'd love to use my bathroom sink for kitchen-ish purposes, but the faucet and drain are too shallow. Is there anything I can attach to the faucet that'll give it a bit more flexibility - without breaking my lease or calling the plumber?
We're talking pretty standard equipment all around here - your basic bathroom hardware, with hot and cold out of one faucet. In terms of adaptors, I'd prefer something not too aesthetically displeasing, but I'm willing to weigh all sorts of options. My knowledge is relatively low, but I'm willing to learn - keeping in mind the installation constraints of apartment life. Thanks!