Bathroom Farmhouse Sinks

Get all the info you'll need on bathroom farmhouse sinks, and get ready to install a classic, efficient and attractive sink fixture in your home.


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By: Sean McEvoy

Bathroom farmhouse sinks can add an efficient and stylish focal point to your bath space. Their size and depth make them ideal for larger bathrooms, and new styles are less rough-hewn and rustic, with an up-to-date, contemporary look.

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In general, bathroom farmhouse sinks are defined as having an exposed front that often juts past the countertop or cabinetry in which the sink is seated. These sinks are quite common in kitchens, as they provide a deep, wide and efficient workspace for cleaning and food preparation. They're starting to appear more in bathrooms, with both their unique appearance and their size providing appeal for those who have the bath space to accommodate a farmhouse sink.

Bathroom farmhouse sinks are available in a variety of materials, from traditional white porcelain to stainless steel. Depending on the style of your bathroom, you may opt for a more traditional style, in porcelain or cast iron. If your taste is a bit more modern, stainless steel or fireclay might be a good option.

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