5 Reasons to Love Farmhouse Sinks

5 Reasons to Love Farmhouse Sinks
5 Reasons Why You Want A Farmhouse Sink

 

Farmhouse sinks, modernly known as apron sinks were initially used in rural areas, especially in farm houses, thus getting their name. They were replaced by shallow stainless steel sinks because of their huge size but now the trend is back and more popular than ever! Today, home owners are finding it more convenient to install a farmhouse sink in their kitchen. Let me give you a few reasons why you should too:

 

-        They extend past the counter:

 

Farmhouse sinks have a forward orientation, making them slightly outspread from the counter, making the best comfort for you while working in the kitchen. Compared to other sinks, this feature in farmhouse sink creates a less physical strain on your body. Your back stays in an upright position causing no stress to it. This feature also saves the wood of the cabinet underneath, as the outward reach of the sink covers it. Any water on the lip will fall on the floor, not on the cabinets’ wood. You can choose many styles with a slanted front or flat front. 

 


-        Depth:
      In earlier days, a deep sink was a requirement to wash the huge pots in which food was cooked for the big farmhouse families. Modern people have slightly reduced the depth according to the modern kitchen needs. This way it easily fits with the kitchen cabinetries. This depth still has a lot of benefits as the water doesn’t splash on the counters or cabinets while washing the dishes. Single bowl sinks accumulate larger cookware.

 

-        Installation:

 

Farmhouse sinks require the cabinet and counter tops be cut to accommodate the Apron front. The sink slides into the countertop and it supported by cabinet supports. Depending on the weight of the sink, you will need to build the supports accordingly to support the weight. They are becoming the normal for Contractors and Home builders so installation should be easy.

 

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      Availability in wider range of material:

 

They are different from other sinks because of their distinct designs, and the choices of material in which the sink is available. You can choose from copper, marble, limestone, stainless steel, and fireclay. On our website, you will find modern, contemporary, and traditional designs available in all these materials. Apron front farmhouse sinks also come in colors ranging from white to black. You can choose any design in any material according to your personal requirement and how it will fit into your kitchen’s style. 

 



It’s about time to give your kitchen that amazing new look that will make your friends jealous. So hurry up and log onto rusticsinks.com and buy that fabulous sink ASAP!

 




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