The popularity of farmhouse sinks is soaring—and not surprisingly so. Although farmhouse sinks, also known as apron-front sinks traditionally evoke period-style kitchens, their wide basins and exposed aprons fit any kitchen style with grace and ease. The trick is to choose the material and colors that enhance your kitchen style whether it is contemporary or traditional. These sinks have a stylish panel in front and are available in both tile-in and undercounter mounts.
Chic Farmhouse Sink – A farmhouse sink goes upscale in this classic kitchen remodel. Antique white custom cabinetry and earth-tone subway tiles frame this work area. The wide apron-front sink features ample room for any party or family gathering; its deep basin is perfect for large-pan cleanup.
Soapstone Single-Basin Sink – Made of soapstone, this beautiful sink looks like a natural extension of the matching soapstone countertop. This stone sink won’t burn or stain and is practically indestructible.
Apron-Front Sink Prep Area – 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.