Not accrual table but mine is identical.
Looks like it may not be deep enough for a faucet and sink.
Hi there, considering how narrow it is you'll probably want to use a vessel sink with an on the wall faucet, here's a pic of what I mean. Then you would only need to cut a hole the size of the drain in the table.
That will make a great vanity! It looks as if the top may not be deep enough for a drop-in sink but it can accommodate a vessel sink. The existing plumbing could be another issue unless new plumbing is being run... The drawer will have to be taken out and the drawer front will have to be removed then secured in the opening with metal brackets from the inside (the drawer will interfere with the drain). Determine the placement of the sink, mark the hole for the drain, then drill through the top to accommodate the drain pipe. In in doubt as to how to connect the plumbing, consult a professional. I hope this helps!
here are videos how to install a vessel/bowl sink on top https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZ62FcttwqI more https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=vessel+sink+installation you'll have to remove or cut the drawer to fit in front of sink or just use the drawer front itself to cover hole or make it small flip out style( better than nothing there) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQZ2I4okPU8 more info. on this https://www.lowes.com/projects/organize-store-and-move/hidden-storage-kitchen-tipout-drawer/project
It really looks a bit too small for a sink vanity. Plus, your plumbing will all show below the front apron.
Totally agree with Grandma's house comments. Exactly what I would do. Make sure you stabilize the table possibly with a screw thru the back legs or a brace into the baseboards.