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Fantastic Farmhouse Sinks

November 06, 2015

Apron-front farmhouse sinks are popular fixtures in a wide variety of higher-end kitchens. Their depth gives them greater versatility than their shallower two-bowl counterparts. This versatility, combined with visual appeal, is helping them spread to other areas of the home such as laundry rooms and bathrooms.

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Photo: Emily Followill. From: James Farmer.

Farm Sink in Traditional Southern Kitchen

Designer James Farmer used a deep red runner to add a pop of color to the white walls and granite-topped cabinetry in this traditional kitchen. A deep, dusky blue island provides additional countertop space, and a weathered ceiling beam adds contrast.

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Photo: Robert Peterson; Rustic White Photography. From: Tiffany Brooks.

Wall of Windows

A huge wall of windows over the sink area brings lots of natural light into this central hub kitchen designed to be both attractive and functional.

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Photo: LifeCreated . From: Kirsten Holmstedt.

Transitional Open Plan Kitchen With Gray Pendants

Industrial pendants are an unexpected design twist in this open plan kitchen, a touch of edginess in a dark, contrasting color. A gray runner helps tie the lighting into the rest of the room.

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Custom Farmhouse Soapstone Kitchen Sink

This kitchen features marble-topped custom cabinetry, which houses a custom farmhouse soapstone double sink.

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