Not all heroes wear capes and those who wash most of the dishes at home are one such example. They’re also more privy to certain information more than others: they know how annoying a bad kitchen sink can be. Kitchen sinks are an essential component of any kitchen, so it’s worth taking some time to pick out the one that you like and that fits your needs well. A good kitchen sink will be a seamless addition that completes your kitchen remodel, and adds value and practicality to your kitchen. A mismatched sink will stick out like a sore thumb and regularly fall short of what you need — and water splattering everywhere is not what you need. There is no shortage of design and functionality options out there and each of them has a set of pluses as well as some details to consider.
Also known as an apron sink, the farmhouse sink has a deep basin and an exposed sink front that lends itself to a bulky, vintage aesthetic that has become so beloved.