A unusual corner farm sink has takes advantage of light from greenhouse style kitchen windows.
The most interesting feature in this Massachusetts country kitchen centers on the white farm sink installed in the corner. It’s an unusual placement but one that gives the user maximum light and views since the corner is all windows. The base cabinets are likely 30-inches deep –hint: notice the storage shelves at the back. There are no upper cabinets — dishes and collectibles are on full view.An old pine farm table in the center adds to the character of the kitchen and helps keep the feeling of genuinely open space.
The sink is simply set on an angled sink base cabinet shaped like an upside-down box with doors, but no sides. Marble is pulled back for a positive reveal, which helps resolve the issue of front corners. The designer didn’t worry about the small amount of each space on the sides of the sink in the cabinet base. Placing a sink in a corner creates a good deal of space behind the faucet. Three tiers of open shelves built across the windows allows ceramic objects to act like a visual screen. The bottom shelf rests on the counter and provides push-back space for small bowls and other crockery used every day — both behind the sink and on either side. Blond wood cabinets, with see-through door inserts and bin pulls, preserve the informality. The range is by Viking, the dishwasher a Miele.
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