The dry sink is a hallmark piece of Early American furniture. Dry sinks are often used for hallway or kitchen cabinetry, providing ample storage space. It's so versatile it can even be used as a small bar or buffet. It can be made out of solid wood or opt for hardwood plywood.The Plan details natural wood drawer slides, but you could opt for hardware. This is an authentic reproduction. Take a look at a customer's photo of this project! This is a blueprint style plan which is heralded by beginners and experts alike as being a pleasure to work from because all parts are printed in full size. All joinery is shown in actual size with curved workpieces in full size. Therefore you can measure and trace straight from the drawing if necessary.A bill of materials doubles as an exact cutting list. There is a detailed exploded diagram and all hardware requirements are provided. The exploded diagram is so detailed that project specific assembly instructions are not provided.Note: The final dimensions: 18" deep, x 36" wide, x 34-3/4" high.