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Farmhouse Sinks

Apron front sinks continue to maintain their popularity. Believe it or not, there are so many styles and features to choose from for your farmhouse sink from cast iron, fire clay to copper to stainless steel, depth of bowls, single, double, flushmount, undermount, decks, no decks, angled front, straight front, decorative front, smooth front and so on. I will point you in the direction of a website that maintains a wonderful database of all your farmhouse options: Luxury Home Products has an article “What you need to know about apron front farm sinks!” that is indispensable reading before you buy. They were very clever to include a user height chart for selecting the sink depth. If you don’t consider the sink depth now, you will end up with a backache later. If you can’t find the sink you were looking for, email them and they will research it for you.

Think copper needs too much tlc for your taste? Think again. Check out this YouTube Video.

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Author:

Laurie Burke, connected to the design and construction industry since 1996. A seasoned residential kitchen and bath design specialist , Laurie has designed thousands of kitchens & baths as well as other cabinetry projects requiring technical precision in design drafting utilizing state of the art 2020 software for creating accurate plans and elevations. Through on- going product knowledge training and a desire to always stay current with an evolving marketplace, Laurie Burke maintains a strong command of knowing the appropriate Fit & Finish materials required for a residential remodel to meet the budget, the timeline of a project and a client's need for a finished product that meets their satisfaction. Kitchen Designer by trade, foodie, techie, weekend traveler for fun. For more information contact me at burkeKBdesign@gmail.com http://laurieburke.houzz.com

4 thoughts on “Farmhouse Sinks

  1. I’ve always loved farm house sinks, but have heard they require a lot more to install them — sturdier base cabinets, etc. Maybe it’s easier than it seems. Great pictures!

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