From Dean Dowd on October 25, 2010 in Kitchen Remodel
Milking cows and raising hens may not be your lifestyle, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t incorporate the charming farmhouse look into your kitchen design. Not sure what I mean? Check out this collection of farmhouse sinksthey speak for themselves. What I love most about these sinks is their versatility. Combine them with bohemian simplicity or high-end architectural detailthe farmhouse sink transcends design limitations. For cost info, check with our contractors to see if a minor kitchen remodel is in your budget (that includes help picking out cute kitchen sinks!). Now who says sinks should be white? This Perenna Copper Farmhouse Sink is the kind you might just want to plan your entire kitchen around, and theres certainly nothing wrong with that. Perhaps the best features of a farmhouse sink is the sheer size of it. Arrange all your flowers, or cook a meal for an army of guests and youll still have sink room to spare. Speaking of extra room, the Randolph Morris Fireclay Kitchen Sink measures in at 30x18, leaving plenty of space for all those dirty dishes that the rest of your house cant seem to clean. Need help installing a large sink like this? Get a few price quotes here. Not quite as long, but equally charming is the Kohler Kitchen Sink. With its unique faucet, this design could add a charming vintage look to any kitchen. Farmhouse sink with a stone kitchen backsplash? Yes, please! Dont let the word farmhouse fool you into thinking these sinks dont mesh well with clean, high-end designs. In fact, they may soon be the wave of the future for progressive home designs the world over.