Your Own Kitchen: Farmhouse Sinks
What’s not to adore about farmhouse style apron front sinks? They are evocative of the country lifestyle, however you will discover their minimalist aesthetic looks good with contemporary cabinets. And the best part is how well they function: They are extra heavy, and the front of the sink remains exposed which reduces the”reach-over” to get the sink.
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc..
A farmhouse sink looks charming and retro with light blue painted cabinets and gold/brass faucet. Really unique.
Becker Architects Limited
Elements of the traditional country kitchen are refined and elevated with a granite countertop and beveled subway tile counter tops. For the serious chef. Those painted legs on the toe kick are something else, huh?
Frederick + Frederick Architects
Speaking of elaborate, let us get fancier with a stone counter and backsplash along with French country-style cabinet doors. I enjoy the contrast of the easy farmhouse sink at a elevated French country-style kitchen.
Carson Poetzl, Inc..
An appealing decorative apron front is one way to get the functional benefits of the farmhouse sink although not lose the glitz and glamor of the rest of the finishes in this gourmet kitchen.
Superior Woodcraft, Inc..
Another edition of decorative flair at the apron frontvertical grooves to match the beading from the cabinet doors beneath. Great touch.
Style Moe Toilet & Kitchen / Heather Moe designer
Why don’t you break the white ceramic mould and go for a copper sink WITH decorative apron front?
Pankow Construction – Design/Remodeling – PHX, AZ
Fabulous notion of having a stainless steel farmhouse sink at the kitchen island rather than the kitchen countertops. The mere concept opens up a universe of possibilities for your kitchen’s functionality.
Do not fret if you do not have a large kitchen. Is not this small farmhouse sink with skirt under just adorable?
I believe it is amazing how the same white ceramic form can look country or contemporary. Positioned in dark wood cabinets using European draws, the apron front sink appears to be jet-set and minimalist.
Just as we watched a play on materials in the classic kitchens, switching the same sink form to be cast in concrete takes on an industrial contemporary flair.
Brownhouse Design, Los Altos, CA
It makes the most sense to place the farmhouse sink in the kitchen where it can manage huge pots and a lot of dishes, but it can also handle loads of laundry. This envy-inducing laundry area goes from ho-hum to luxe with the usage of both farmhouse sink and etched frosted glass door.
I’ve not ever seen the farmhouse sink in bathrooms, and at a double vanity not, but the effect is spectacular and worth noting to the long run.
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