431 Stand alone apron front sink Home Design Photos

New England Design Elements
23 Reviews
Antique Reproduction - New Boston, NH
Ideabooks12
Questions1
Love the Sink!! I want one!
Hello! This sink is an antique and was found in very bad condition at a salvage yard and it was refinished prior to installing.
Stand alone apron front sink
original farm house sink
“Layout” — Trish Walker
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Sink View
Ideabooks8,489
Questions15
Where can I find this sink?
Hi! Was wondering if you can tell me the width of sink alone as well as total width of sink AND counter together? Looks great. Thanks
copper sinks wear well and what do you have to do to maintain it? Is there anything that would be helpful to know about it?
Where can I find the sink? I love it!
Please can you tell me if this sink is split
is the cost of this sink?
Your cabinetry is very close to what we're doing in our kitchen. Our granite is much lighter, so I feel that a brown sink and faucet would not look too dark, which is how it strikes in the photo. I'd be very interested in knowing the price of the sink as it would be a very
split 50 50 or is it a 60 40 configuration, and if it is a 33inch wide sink. Thanks
“Sink” — hovinen
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Repurposing salvaged sink
Ideabooks33,971
Questions15
This salvaged kitchen sink was found awhile ago by the client who new she wanted to use it if ever she renovated. Integrated beautifully into the Danby marble countertop and backsplash with new fixtures it is a real joy to clean up. This kitchen was formerly a dark paneled, cluttered, divided space
the cabinet in front of the sink? Is it just a bathroom towel bar?
WHAT SIZE ARE THE WINDOW ON EACH SIDE OF THE SINK?
love the pendants over the sink. who makes them
Where can u go to find sinks like this? We are in so. Cal
is that a spray hose on the left of the sink?
Where did you find the sink? Can you forward the name and company?
what size is the sink ?
I cannot find a stand alone Rohl sprayer and small faucet on their website or any website for that matter that looks like this. By any chance do you have an exact model of the
“Taps” — Jelena Basic
Redbud Custom Homes
8 Reviews
3rd Street Bungalow
Ideabooks13,246
Questions16
C3018WH Shaws - Fireclay Apron Front - White
This sink usually has the blue mark of their company on the inside back wall, very visible. But here you don't see it. How did you do that?
what brand/model of sink is this, and where can it be purchased?
When choosing your kitchen sink, I strongly recommend you stand in front of the sink and make sure that you (or the primary dish-washer) can touch the bottom of the sink with your finger tips. If you choose a sink which is too deep and you can't reach the bottom, you will find yourself bending over
Saint Cecelia with a custom edge ... ugh this picture isnt the best showing the unfilled crack at the apron sink ... that has been fixed I promise!!!
with a shallower sink than I had previously, and realized that my back didn't hurt anymore. I LOVE my Elkay sinks which are only as deep as my finger tips:) . Also, if choosing stainless steel, choose one which is 18 gauge if you can and with a brushed surface. Some of the sinks (Franke) are shiny
“Sink!!!!!” — Andrea Leahy
Praktyczne i Piękne
Agata Winer
Ideabooks2,182
Questions1
frre standing cabinetry apron front sink aga open shelving flooring - wood or blk/whte tiled big table
8. Freestanding cabinetry. Kitchens of the past typically included hutches, pie safes, presses and other stand-alone pieces rather than built-ins. Tuck a freestanding cabinet into your space or replicate
free standing cupboard in space for farmhouse kitchen style.
Freestanding cabinetry. Kitchens of the past typically included hutches, pie safes, presses and other stand-alone pieces rather than built-ins. Tuck a freestanding cabinet into your space or replicate the look with a built-in unit that has furniture-style detailing
8. Freestanding cabinetry. Kitchens of the past typically included hutches, pie safes, presses and other stand-alone pieces rather than built-ins. Tuck a freestanding cabinet into your space or replicate the look with a built-in unit that has furniture-style detailing
“hutch” — marygilbert1108
Patti Ogden Design
9 Reviews
Downtown Mill Valley
Ideabooks10,463
Questions10
disposal and I install them in all the farm sinks I use in many of my kitchen designs. Usually the plumber goes with an Insinkerator 3/4 pro. And, often an extended flange is needed, but the plumber should know if that's the case! Good luck!
I have the same sink. Do you have a garbage disposal installed
Farmhouse. Pros: Many farmhouse sinks are simply single, large basins. The difference is their distinctive apron front, which has a vintage vibe
Many farmhouse sinks are simply single, large basins. The difference is their distinctive apron front, which has a vintage vibe many homeowners love. For a typical sink, the basin can be 4 inches away from the edge of the countertop, but this sink can sit a bit beyond the counter line. For people of
“Many farmhouse sinks are simply single, large basins. The difference is their distinctive apron fron” — jcanlis
Urban Homes - Innovative Design for Kitchen & Bath
18 Reviews
Kitchen in Tenafly, NJ
Ideabooks3,165
Questions5
Products Used: Cabinetry: Urban Homes custom made Wood Species: Painted Maple & Stained Cherry Flooring: Cherry Countertops: Granite Sink(s): Franke Faucet(s): Rohl Dishwasher: Miele Range: Viking Hood: Custom Refrigerator: wolf Lighting: Sub-Zero 48"
Where did you get this sink? Who makes it?
@ clharris if you need info on the sink please email is at sales@poshhaus.com and we would be happy to get you specs, pricing and info.
From looking at it, I believe it is a Franke sink. Franke MHX710-36 MANORHOUSE to be specific.
I like this stainless steel apron front sink...Decisions, decisions!
Apron stain. Steel sink in island
“sink” — paneled
Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Minnesota Residence
Ideabooks3,641
Questions8
advised to not use a heavy material for countertop to allow for ease of servicing the front loaders, such as plastic laminate, but this looks much nicer.
Love the sink? Where is it from?
Where is the table beneath the utility sink from?
Love the utility sink and table! I believe I have found the utility sink, but would love to know how to get the entire set up….sink, table beneath, and faucet. Thanks!
Hi melissasbehrens! Thank you for your inquiry! The sink was purchased through the builder, L. Cramer Builders + Remodelers. Please contact the builder for more information! Best of luck, - Martha O'Hara
Who is the builder, if I have to contact them about the sink?
love this stand alone sink and the black floor
“fun laundry room color” — emilynsimons
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