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Cottage or country-style farmhouse sinks add instant charm to any kitchen. The range of materials makes this kitchen the perfect choice. From copper to stainless steel to the classic fireclay sink, there is a sink to fit every style and budget.
A farmhouse sink sits center stage in this cottage-style kitchen. White countertops, pearl-gray beaded-board cabinets and open shelving above the apron sink create a clean look with everything for a great meal right at hand.
Add a farmhouse sink to a kitchen island to increase the hardworking areas of your kitchen. The soapstone countertop surrounds the deep-basined apron-front sink. Dishwasher drawers in the island offer modern convenience.
Keep your farmhouse (or any kind) sink sparkling with these cleaning tips. A sink piled with dirty dishes can make the rest of the room feel cluttered - clean up the dishes and the sink with these tips.
An apron-front centered by a large window offers a view-filled vantage point and work space. The sink, countertop, and window combo are the visual anchor in the large white kitchen.
It's the best of both worlds. This old-fashioned apron-front sink is adorned with vintage-looking (but modern) bridge-style faucets.
Farmhouse sinks are manufactured in a wide range of materials: cast iron, stone, or metal. Here, a copper apron-front sink with vintage bridge style copper faucets adds retro style to this modern kitchen -- and looks great with green granite countertops.
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Farmhouse sinks can also be made with composite, fireclay, vitreous china, solid-surfacing, stainless steel, and stone. This deep-basined apron-front sink is paired with a countertop with deep grooves that channel spilled water back into the sink.
A small kitchen doesn't mean you have to downsize your dreams of style. For example, a small farmhouse sink and in-scale faucet allow this tiny kitchen to retain its cottage charm. Check manufacturers for small-scale apron-front sinks to fit any space.
A copper apron-front sink adds a warm patina to this rustic cottage kitchen. Green marble countertops keep the design simple but elegant.
A vintage kitchen with nostalgic charm features a small apron-front sink. Colorful vintage pottery, kitchenware and other knickknacks are displayed on a shelf above the white-washed, beaded-board backsplash.