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Whitehaven Hayridge farm sink with tall apron - Kohler via Atticmag

Best Farm Sink for an Easy Kitchen Update

Whitehaven is a top choice because it’s made to fit an existing cabinet. Over the past decade, farm sinks have become so popular they are now considered a high-end kitchen standard as well as a prime choice for a money-wise update. Also called apron front sinks, their appeal is the sensuous basin shape and exposed […]

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rustic French kitchen with sloped farm sink and flea market faucets

Ultra Rustic Farm Sinks

Two well-aged kitchen basins, with rough edges. Farm sinks come in many materials these days due to their amazing popularity. It’s not difficult to understand why a large, relatively deep basins of durable material would be received enthusiastically since our kitchens now seem to handle more and more. Perhaps I’m just an incurable romantic or […]

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Kohler Dickinson enameled cast iron kitchen farm sink

Metal Farm Sinks

Copper, stainless steel and cast iron basins offer a variety of surface textures, durability and bowl styles. Copper farm sinks such as the hammered Mexican-made beauty lend a wonderful look to Arts & Crafts,  Mission, Southwestern and rustic kitchens. They come with textured or smooth surfaces or a mix of both  and usually are often […]

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front bottom corner of a bumped out farm sink

Bumped Out Farm Sink

In a large family kitchen, two fireclay apron-front sinks sit fashionably forward. Farm sinks are often bumped out — or pulled forward in the cabinet base — so that the user can stand directly against the front panel, which is very comfortable. That type of installation also creates slightly more space behind the sink which […]

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small farm sink used in a pantry with wall-mounted faucet and cold water tap

Pantry Farm Sink

Many bridge faucets can be mounted on the wall instead of the sink deck. A small farm sink can be effectively paired with a full-size wall-mounted faucet. In the pantry of this traditional kitchen by the British firm of Robinson and Cornish, a 24-inch apron front sink is set on one end of a counter. […]

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