Copper Farmhouse Sink Origins
Choosing the right kitchen sink for your home's kitchen presents various options and features, all of which can benefit individual household needs for washing, prepping, and entertaining.
Any Havens sink can be fabricated to have an apron front, which is a prominent feature that offers the kitchen a visually rich focal point. The farm sink dates back to 17th Century kitchens, and is commonly referred to as the farmhouse sink.
The farmhouse design is a timeless classic, known for it's 17th century heritage where it would be found in homes of wealthy European families. The very first farm sink designs aimed to reduce reach distance to the sink and at the same time provide a large wash basin, ultimately resulting in a more comfortable work space for the user.
Installing a Farmhouse Sink In Existing Cabinetry: Retrofit Farm Sinks
Retrofitting a farmhouse sink to existing cabinets can be a cost effective way to upgrade your kitchen space without getting too involved with the remodeling process.
This design option can be used on both undermount and topmount installation sinks.
Metal Type: 14 Gauge Copper, 16 Gauge Stainless Steel | Bowl-count: Single-bowl, double-bowl, triple-bowl
Installation Type: Undermount & Topmount installation | Drain location: Left, Right, Centered
Copper & Stainless Finishes: Smooth or Hammered | Backsplash & Rear Deck: Ideal for faucet holes and topmount installs
Style: Heritage, Legacy Sink (built-in ledge), Eclipse Sink (dual-tier) | Apron Artwork: Select from luxurious copper patina artwork designs