What’s a Farmhouse Sink?
October 21, 2017
October 03, 2017
While it might not seem like a sink can make a difference in the overall atmosphere of your kitchen or bathroom, a stylish fixture can bring these rooms together in more ways than one. If you want to take things a step further, distinguish your home from that of your neighbors and guests by installing petrified wood sinks.
If you’re looking to elevate your kitchen or bathroom, Rustic Sinks of Scottsdale, AZ, is the leading online retailer for your kitchen or bathroom renovation needs—including sinks, faucets, and bathroom hardware. Here, they elaborate on one of their most unique materials.
A Brief Guide to Petrified Wood Sinks
What Is Petrified Wood?
Petrified wood may sound and look like wood, but it is, in fact, stone. Through a process called permineralization, the organic materials in wood are fossilized, or replaced with minerals, without altering the structure or form of the stern tissue. This means your sink will have all the rich grain and detail of a fine wood combined with the dense smoothness of stone.
Why Use Petrified Wood?
From coffee tables to art pieces, petrified wood is a popular material in the world of interior design. Using petrified wood for your sink will bring a natural yet refined feel to your kitchen or bathroom, while still providing reliable functionality. If you have wood tables or counters, this material will perfectly match your existing décor.
If you’re looking to renovate your kitchen or bathroom and want something that will make the room stand out, a petrified wood sink might be the solution. Over the years, Rustic Sinks has become known for their extensive collection of petrified wood products, which makes them your go-to source for the fixture. If you’re ready to update your kitchen or bathroom with a beautiful statement piece, call Rustic Sinks at (480) 553-7305 or visit their website for more product information.
February 14, 2017
October 19, 2016
I receive questions from customers all the time on how to add the comfortable industrial farmhouse look to their homes. Styles change over the years and sometime with seasons. Simple changes and budget friendly items can be found at reasonable prices. I was amazed with this table we found at Pottery Barn….blown-a-way!!! I wanted to share these great finds with you and how you too can get farmhouse style!
Reclaimed wood and forged iron products are a bit hit in all markets right now creating an engaging mix of textures and hues. Simple additions like this side table can be added to almost any decor to give it a rustic feel.
You might appreciate the barn lighting look of one of Rustic Sinks Rustic Metal Pendant lights. This rustic light has lots of charm. A perfect pendant light for a country farmhouse look at a budget friendly price.
The traditional farmhouse kitchen was very large as this was the most important room of the home and most utilized. Cooking and baking were tedious chores for large families. Even though we do not have such large families anymore, the kitchen is still the most livable room of the house. We have a large selections of farmhouse sinks and faucets that include the bar/prep area and over the stove in all price ranges. Take a look at our newest additional of stone kitchen sinks. Here a just a few.
October 08, 2016
Faucets are increasingly becoming an important feature in bathroom as well as kitchen décor. They give a bold statement about the taste of the owner of the house and give your home a unique and stylish look.
Today, rustic faucets made of copper, nickel and oil rubbed metals are available in all designs and finishes one can think of. From waterfall vessel faucets to oil rubbed bronze deck mount and...
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Rustic Farmhouse Kitchen
Creating that charming Farmhouse look in your kitchen can be easy with just a few simple changes. Inspired by the classic American Farm, these kitchen ideas celebrate the simplicity of country life.
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