First a picture of the 'before' sink. You can probably agree that it was a bit small.
To be accurate, this is not exactly 'before'. He had already moved those switches and the drawer was out. And, okay, he put the sink back in for the picture.
He really liked the sink in Diana's rig and we bought one just like it at an RV store in Salt Lake City. The problem is that a larger sink will not fit into that counter. Here's Diana's sink and you can see how cleverly they built the cabinet to fit it. You might have to put on your 3-D glasses, but there's a piece of wood that curves out of the cabinet to cover the bowl of the sink.
First Ron made a new counter top out of pressed board and took it to a counter man to cover with Formica.
But the big problem was how to bend a piece of plywood. He tried cutting notches and soaking it to form it into the correct shape.
But no matter how carefully he worked, it developed cracks.
After attempting this method a couple of times, he got very creative and cut pieces of wood which he then glued together, like this. (This is the inside.)
Which he sanded on the outside to a nice smooth surface.
Then he stained it and put it all together to create a thing of beauty.