Craving A Farm Sink In The Big City September 23, 2011
While I’m really not complaining about our dear kitchen sink, if I had my hand in on our kitchen’s design, early on, I would have asked for a farm sink.
While our sink is tucked nicely into a corner, with views of our backyard, it would be impossible to slip in a farm sink without moving the dishwasher, cutting the granite (replacing it with Carreras marble?) and all sorts of other unmentionables, that Mr. Wonderful isn’t likely to go for. So for now, I’m just dreaming a bit, browsing through pretty pictures. Join me?
Now, as long as I’m dreaming, this is my idea of the perfect kitchen. I love the blue and white pottery, the copper lantern hanging above the island and of course, the farm sink, filled with my favorite flowers, white hydrangeas!
As you can see, farm sinks are available in just about every material, whether metal, stone, or porcelain. There are even sinks with carved stone fronts, which mixed with granite counters and another backsplash, is hard to do well, in most kitchens. Another example of “less is more”.
Into the southwestern look?
Enjoy your weekend!