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Amy Bruss wrote:Dec 16, 2010
  • Coconut Grove
    I never tested the sink. Have you tried calling the manufacturer ? The specs say : "Made of heavy cast iron with enamel coating."
  • michelletuton

    What are the sink measurements?

olive2150 wrote:Aug 25, 2013
  • soupiepoupie

    Yes, SIgnature Hardware has removed the name of "Sanford" from the sink. (We have purchased 2 of these in the past). In the search box all you have to do is search "Cast Iron Sink," and it will come up from your search.

  • PRO
Bill Koch wrote:Feb 10, 2013
  • PRO
    Nice feel. Pendant lighting make such a presence in so many spaces.
  • ddahlin
    How far back from the sink (or the wall the sink is on) is the pendant light? Thanks :)
Krysten Dies wrote:Aug 11, 2014
  • Colleen Claassen

    Thanks for posting! Ive been wanting to do something similar with our big original sink from our 1928 home. Clean it up and relocate to mud room.

  • Tiffany Broadway
    I would love to know the cabinet pulls that we’re used! They’re gorgeous!
henrithehorse wrote:Apr 5, 2013
  • tkakt5
    What company gave you a price? I can't find them anywhere!
    Thank you!
  • centaurita
    I can't remember now :( Sorry. But I have found out since that you can order just about any special size you want (depending on the manufacturer). Of course you pay premium for special order. Start at your local Lowes and go talk to them - tell them "exactly" what you want and they will try and help.
    I ended up ordering an awning style 3x3 window for the spot I wanted to put these (over my kitchen sink in my new-build). I decided I didn't want any obstruction to my view, so I am having a fullview glass with no grill. Still think we will try to do the trim like the above photo but with a granite sill.
    Anyway - good luck to you!
vickigatchell wrote:Feb 18, 2013
scapr wrote:Feb 22, 2012
  • scapr
    Mine would be in the middle of a 8 foot run with dishwasher on one side and just cabinet and counter on the other - I'm still confused - if I drop down the cabinet height so that the sink is not too tall for me won't my other counters be too low on either side (because they would not longer be the generic counter height?? Thanks and sorry for the confusion
  • henrithehorse
    Would you share who makes the windows? Thank you.
lorieglantz wrote:Nov 29, 2011
  • cef2
    Hi Sarah, we are in the middle of a kitchen remodel using fir floors. These look beautiful, Can I ask how you finished the fir. Did you use any stain? And what kind of polyurethane did you use - water or oil?
  • PRO
    Gaspar's Construction
    There is no stain and we used 3 coats of Vermister which is a water based finish. I don't know where if the country you are but we are in Seattle and can no longer get the Vermister so we are currently using a water based finish by a manufacturer called Glitsa. Good luck. Fir is beautiful.
Mama Maria wrote:Aug 27, 2011
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stillamistry wrote:Dec 15, 2011
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    Gaspar's Construction
    Faucet: Kohler K-149-3-CP Polished Nickel; Alt: GS North America Victorian
robinc7 wrote:Oct 18, 2017
    Karen Levin Tamaren wrote:Nov 10, 2015

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to The Return of the High-Back Farmhouse SinkNov 10, 2015

      While there are many manufacturers of the style, some homeowners are lucky enough to find vintage farmhouse sinks just waiting to be restored. Such was the case in this 1900s-era home, where this cast iron sink was found in the basement and has now been beautifully repurposed elsewhere in the home. Another functional feature of many high-back farmhouse sinks is the built-in drainboard adjacent to the basin.

      Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Which Faucet Goes With a Farmhouse Sink?Sep 13, 2014

      However, it also looks charming placed off-center. This extra-wide installation is actually a sink on the right half and a drying shelf on the left, which together fill the whole nook for a complete statement. Placing the sink on a marble counter gives it extra visual richness.

      Ivon Street Studio added this to Green and Clean: Ecofriendly Bathroom SinksJun 25, 2012

      Salvaged porcelain sinks. Conventional porcelain sinks aren't bad — they're certainly durable, lasting a hundred years or more. And porcelain is largely made of natural materials applied to either a cast iron or stainless steel base. But we can conserve those natural resources and keep old lavs out of the landfill by seeking a salvaged porcelain sink; they're plentiful at architectural salvage shops. If the surface is a little grubby or matte, contact a local refinisher and request a low-VOC finish.More:Guides to greener building and decorating

      Danyelle Mathews added this to Tap Into 8 Easy Kitchen Sink UpdatesMay 23, 2012

      4. Replace the pendant light. Pendant lights are available in many styles and at many price points. This simple update will make a huge impact in your space.

      Becky Harris added this to Consider a Salvaged SinkFeb 2, 2012

      This lucky homeowner already had this 100-year-old sink in the house; the contractors were able to save it and show off its beauty during a renovation. The vintage-style faucet is by Kohler.

      KitchenLab Interiors added this to 8 Ways to Love Trough SinksSep 13, 2011

      Not sure if this is the main kitchen or a butler's pantry, but either way it's adorable. I really love the asymmetrical cabinet below as well. Tip: If you're looking for a vintage trough sink, check out local architectural salvage yards and antique stores. But be warned, the sink may have to be refinished (a sprayed-on enamel that won't last forever), and check with your contractor about plumbing it before you buy it.

      Natalie Myers added this to Hot Ideas for Cool White SpacesMay 10, 2011

      The simple materials and colorless palette creates a laundry room with subtle sophistication and an study in "form follows function."

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Seana Lindenthaler added this to My ideasJun 12, 2019

      kept the farm style sink and added the storage underneath. very clean look

      Rachel Allgood added this to Farm HouseMay 21, 2019

      We want a farm sink in the kitchen - this is nice for bath too.

      J. V. added this to Kitchen-CarlisleMay 17, 2019

      My grandmother had a huge sink like this- I love it.

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