A sink is arguably the most used fixture in any kitchen. For several years now, we’ve seen kitchens sinks get larger and deeper, notably with apron fronts. Owners talk about loving their deep basins which are great for cleaning big pieces of cookware and — with sliding cutting boards and colanders – handy for keeping […]
An ideal sink for a stone-lover’s kitchen with traditional black counters Radius curves are the order of the day for this custom honed black stone apron-front sink with matching backsplash. The graceful center shape, with its curved shoulders, gives the sink a vintage personality and makes style sense with the oil-rubbed brass faucet with cross […]
A shallow custom bar sink designed for draining and pouring chores. Poliform’s rectangular, shallow Carrara marble bar sink is set in the matching marble counter top with a full positive reveal. The drain sits below the wooden grid tray on the far right. Dornbracht faucet.
A big stone basin with a graceful faucet mounted on the back rim Rational and elegant, this big custom slate farm sink has a deck-mounted gooseneck faucet with offset legs that cantilever it over the bowl. Matching counters have radius corners at the front and a short backsplash tucked snugly beneath the kitchen window to […]
Marble farm sinks are often found in old French and Italian kitchens – going strong after a century or more. This hefty red travertine basin is the main sink from the Seaspray and Copper Kitchen, a longtime favorite of ours for its wonderful color and polish. Handcrafted in Mexico, the sink was purchased from an […]
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