Of course, fire clay and cast iron are still the most popular types of apron front sinks. Because of the ability to manipulate the medium, designs of all shapes and colors are possible.
Even stainless steel is a popular option, particularly in more modern applications.
Each of the pictured sinks are from the Kohler Apron Sink collection.
Think of how an apron sink could change the way you use your water station at home. Besides moving the bowl forward, likely offering more depth and width, an apron sink can accommodate stock pots, pets and children for baths!
My Hubs is in love with Madame Sunday's new sink.ReplyDelete
Raina - I'm in love with it too! It's the best decision I made in my kitchen! Except for choosing Nick of course. ; )ReplyDelete
Those pictures are absolutely STUNNING. Love the one with the mosaic encasing the sink!ReplyDelete
I am so hot for an apron sink. One day. As God as my witness. I will have my apron sink. *thrusts fist towards sky doing my best Scarlett O'Hara*ReplyDelete
Alycia- Glad I'm not the only one that gets "hot" for kitchen fixtures! ;-)ReplyDelete
Buying an apron front sink for your home is a great way to add a more unique and attractive style to the kitchen or even the bathroom. These types of sinks are unique for the way in which they are constructed. Instead of sitting totally into the counter like most sinks that you’ll find, they actually protrude from the front a bit, where a section is cut off to reveal one side of the sink. Thanks a lot......
I'm glad that you post this apron sink. I think it's just a faucet's sink but I discover that it can also accommodate stock pots, pets and children for baths. The popular stainless steel is the one I love the most.ReplyDelete
Nice blog! An apron sink has been a great style of the sink available for more than a century. This sinks are known to be tastefully compatible with most varieties of kitchen countertops, lending the kitchen a very refined appearance. Thanks...
Such a great apron sinkReplyDelete