The farmhouse kitchen sinks (a.k.a. apron sinks) will definitely complete the look of your county-style kitchen. The traditional and rustic feature of these sinks literally takes you back to the past at around 19th Century. Through the years, the modern farmhouse kitchen sinks are now made from the latest and more durable materials.
Normally, traditional farmhouse sinks are created using materials like granite, soapstone, limestone, and cast iron – later on, materials like stainless steel, fireclay, bronze, copper, and vitreous china were used for the modern versions. The high-back and low-front angle designs of these sinks are specifically done to make food preparation and other chores relaxing and easier to do.
The deep and wide bowl features (approximately 17 inches deep x 30 t0 34 inches wide) prevent water to splash all over your kitchen. The farmhouse kitchen sinks are not as durable as stainless steel sinks, but are guaranteed to last and maintain its beauty for many years. Sinks can be quite expensive. So, if you’re on a tight budget, you might want to consider the refurbished sinks. The downside of this is that it’s hard to come by a refurbish sink that’s really in tip-top shape. With that, you might as well buy new ones from nationally trusted kitchen sink brands.
The rich collection of Farmhouse style sinks (The Great Point Collection) from Nantucket sinks are presented into different attractive styles and structures. This kitchen sink collection comes in double-bowl and single-bowl sinks, which are available in 16-gauge copper finish and Plain, Grape, and Hammered apron outline designs. The modern and professional Blanco Magnum Farmhouse sink styles will absolutely go together with any type of kitchen décor. These kitchen sinks come in double-bowl or single-bowl designs that are made from 18-gauge stainless steel. The blend of modern and classic historical sophistication makes this collection go well with any countertop or workspace.
There are a couple of things you need to remember in buying your farmhouse sinks. Before leaving your house, you must already know what features (design, finish, and size) you want to be included in the farmhouse kitchen sinks. Also, take the time to measure the area where you’re going to install the sink (in that way, you don’t have to make a big mistake of buying a too small or too big sink). Finally, always check for defects like chips or cracks before bringing home the product.
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