A country style or farmhouse sink is essential to a kitchen with a rustic decor. As a throwback to utilitarian sensibility and down to home charm, country style sinks add depth and warmth to your kitchen as well as sturdy and reliable performance. Though an old-fashioned apron sink may look the part don’t mistake them for your grandma’s kitchen sink. Take a look at some of these top-selling farmhouse sinks to see how the top designers are reinventing the country-style sink.
This farmhouse sink from Herbeau, made from top-of-the line fireclay, will give a smooth, warm look and feel to your country style kitchen. Pictured here paired with a wall-mount faucet, this Herbeau apron front sink exudes quintessential country charm.
With a hand painted design and the Whitehaus standard of quality and excellence, the Vineyard country style sink will give your kitchen a customized style. Perfect for restored homes reaching towards that “period” look, this sink is charmingly nostalgic.
Made from hand hammered copper with an antique finish, this Houzer double bowl farmhouse sink ages gracefully, deepening in color to a rich, caramel patina. A true addition to your kitchen’s rustic appeal, this sink will delight with varying hues as it matures beautifully throughout the generations.
Mitrani‘s double bowl apron sink combines the best of both worlds, giving you double the workspace for rinsing vegetables, washing dishes or filling pots. As a tactful execution of traditional style and design with modern functionality, a Mitrani apron sink looks splendid with both traditional and contemporary decor.
This bungalow copper apron sink from Native Trails displays truly authentic artisan quality. Made from high quality, sustainable materials, a Native Trails farmhouse sink does good for both your country style sink and the environment.
A farmhouse style sink will bring traditional charm into your kitchen and boosts your home’s resale value. As a testament to the enduring good taste of country-style decor, farmhouse sinks have remained popular for ages and are sure to remain a fixture in the archetypal American home.