Chic Farmhouse Sink
Stone Farmhouse Sink
A farmhouse sink goes upscale in this showhouse remodel. Antique white custom cabinetry and shiny earth-tone subway tiles frame this work area. This wide apron-front sink features ample room for after any party or family gathering; its deep basin is perfect for large-pan cleanup.
Sleek, Modern Farmhouse Sink
An upscale kitchen-remodeling project features a rugged apron-front sink that was carved from a single piece of honed granite. The dark sink stands out against the taupe cabinetry and dark granite countertops.
Farmhouse Sink, Vintage Look
A kitchen renovation is easy when you limit your palette. This kitchen design sticks to three colors: classic white, rich brown, and silvery stainless steel. The contemporary allure of stainless steel continues up from the apron-front sink as a backsplash and onto the countertops.
Apron-Front Sink Prep Area
It's not a chore to do dishes in this kitchen. A sleek, deep-basined farmhouse sink is surrounded by smooth marble countertops. Vintage-inspired fixtures continue the simple and elegant style of this kitchen.
Farmhouse Sink for a Cook's Kitchen
A small but deep farmhouse sink is a great addition to this kitchen island food prep area. A single-handled faucet makes for easy on-and-off and cleanup.
Farmhouse Sink Bathed in Natural Light
Serious cooks love the practicality a farmhouse kitchen sink provides. Countertops clean up in a snap -- just wipe them down, brushing crumbs and other food debris directly into the sink.
Farmhouse Sink Details
A white farmhouse sink is surrounded by rich iroko wood and bathed in the natural light from a large sink-side window.
Farmhouse Sink Inset
For a vintage remodeling project, an apron-front sink is the perfect choice, especially when surrounded by elegant marble countertops. Other authentic details include subway tile backsplash, inset cabinet doors, and reproduction hardware.
Farmhouse Sink with Industrial Minimalism
A stainless-steel farmhouse sink sits center in this kitchen peninsula that separates the kitchen from the eating area. A second sink, mounted in the island, helps out when two cooks are in the middle of meal prep.
Food Prep and Cleanup Zone
An old-fashioned farmhouse sink gets a new industrial look when manufactured in stainless steel. The spray-nozzle faucet also brings industrial utility to the kitchen's cleanup zone.
Kitchen Sink with a Great View
Imagine a separate place in your kitchen for food prep and cleanup. Here it is with marble countertops, stainless-steel lipped farmhouse sink and storage cabinets with shiny nickel latches.
Mission Cabinets and Farmhouse Sink
A farmhouse sink plays second fiddle to bank of windows with a view to the great outdoors. The apron-front sink melds into the countertop with ample base-cabinet storage.
Farmhouse Sink and Grooved Countertop
New Mission-inspired oak cabinets and a deep-basined, wide apron-front sink are the perfect fit in this 1925 home. Glass-front doors on upper cabinets and a mix of knobs, latches and bin-style pulls contribute to the period look.
Farmhouse Slate Sink
A deep apron-front sink is the perfect cleanup basin for the aftermath of family meals. To aid in cleanup, the grooved countertop channels water back into the wide sink -- a perfect draining spot for large pots and pans.
Farmhouse Sink and Faucet
Apron-front sinks are manufactured in a wide variety of materials -- from cast-iron to stainless steel to stone. Here a slate farmhouse sink (with tilt edge) bears the look of soapstone without the price. A weekly application of mineral oil maintains the deep black finish.
Stainless-Steel Farmhouse Sink
A farmhouse sink and bridge faucet pair up to make an efficient work space. The ideal kitchen faucet is tall enough to fill pots and can rinse all corners of the square sink. To avoid splashes, make sure the faucet's height and sink's depth are compatible.
An old-fashioned idea -- a divided, deep-basined apron-front sink -- puts on modern airs when made from stainless steel. The wall-mounted bridge-style faucet is up and out of the way to accommodate large pots and pans.