From Dean Dowd on December 29, 2010 in Kitchen Remodel
While you’re thinking about renovating your kitchen, you may be thinking about everything but the kitchen sink. And indeed, replacing appliances is an important first step to increasing your home’s value.
But don’t disregard the role the sink plays in the kitchen. More than just a place to rinse vegetables and plates, a big farmhouse sink can make or break hand-washing dishes, and can even be a way to pack those drinks in ice during a crowded party.
With so much use, the sink becomes an unexpected focal point in your kitchen. And a great sink goes a long way in adding value and style to the place where you spend time at multiple parts of the day. Take a look at these farmhouse kitchens that add a lot of space and a lot of bang for your buck.
All-white and traditional, this farmhouse sink blends smoothly with the cabinetry.
Copper creates a new and sleek take on the traditional shape.
Classic and subtle color make this sink stank out with style. The hardware adds the finishing touch.
Inlaid sinks like this one integrate into an open area without drawing too much attention.
And this modern beauty draws much attention to itself, nodding to the traditional farmhouse style with a boxy and beautiful revision.