High Back Kitchen Sink

High Back Kitchen Sink
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High Back Kitchen Sink

FEATURES About This Product A most rarified rustic design. This charming sink would be ideal for casual kitchens with rustic décor. Features include an oversized bowl for stacking dishes and cookware, durable vitreous china construction, pre-drilled faucet holes on 8″ centers for a dramatic wall-mounted sink faucet and an integral front apron. High splash back Faucet holes on 8″ centers for wall mounted sink faucet 3-1/2″ outlet for standard kitchen sink strainer drain Requires support framing in cabinetry Made of durable vitreous china Bowl Sizes: 26 1/2″ wide 17 1/2″ front to back 8″ deep
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High Back Kitchen Sink

About This Product A most rarified rustic design. This charming sink would be ideal for casual kitchens with rustic décor. Features include an oversized bowl for stacking dishes and cookware, durable vitreous china construction, pre-drilled faucet holes on 8″ centers for a dramatic wall-mounted sink faucet and an integral front apron. High splash back Faucet holes on 8″ centers for wall mounted sink faucet 3-1/2″ outlet for standard kitchen sink strainer drain Requires support framing in cabinetry Made of durable vitreous china Bowl Sizes: 26 1/2″ wide 17 1/2″ front to back 8″ deep
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High Back Kitchen Sink

A most rarified rustic design. This charming sink would be ideal for casual kitchens with rustic décor. Features include an oversized bowl for stacking dishes and cookware, durable vitreous china construction, pre-drilled faucet holes on 8″ centers for a dramatic wall-mounted sink faucet and an integral front apron. High splash back Faucet holes on 8″ centers for wall mounted sink faucet 3-1/2″ outlet for standard kitchen sink strainer drain Requires support framing in cabinetry Made of durable vitreous china Bowl Sizes: 26 1/2″ wide 17 1/2″ front to back 8″ deep
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High Back Kitchen Sink

The difference? First understand that the term Farmhouse or Farm Sink is merely a slang term. These high back splash, apron or no apron model sinks were sold in high rise city buildings as often as a rural farmhouse. Why? because it was just the design of sinks from the early 1900 to 1950 eras. So really there are more recent slang terms to describe these sinks. Don’t get me wrong, I use the term as well, but only because the average person understands the terms. A high back splash sink may have an apron (5 1/2″ to 8″ wide/tall belted area around the waste line of the sink. Some ceramic apron sinks don’t have a back splash. So you need to know what you actually want, demand a picture to fully grasp the design. I contacted one of the manufacturers of the reproduction “Farmhouse” sinks and was told it was baked enamel paint, not Furnace fired Porcelain. So do some good research and ask direct exacting questions.
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High Back Kitchen Sink

There is also a second, bigger choice for a classic, wall-hung, drainboard kitchen farmhouse sink: The Clarion sink, manufactured by Strom Plumbing. This design is a full 5′ wide, and because of its size and those legs, I would say that this goes in a Victorian kitchen or a vintage-retro kitchen that’s not trying to be “authentic” to any particular era. Bungalow? Maybe, but I think it would be pretty big for most bungalow kitchens – and I don’t *see* the legs in a bungalow, although the sink top design in general, yes. The Clarion includes two drainboards — one to the right, one to the left… a much higher backsplash… comes with two legs… and the sink is deeper, just over 9″. Like the Sandford, it also is “real deal” porcelain enamel over cast iron. It weighs almost 500 lbs, and is about $1550, with free shipping.
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High Back Kitchen Sink

I find it fascinating when a once-popular element of the home finds its way back onto the design scene in a fresh and relevant way. Such is the case with the high-back farmhouse sink. Found in houses as early as the 1900s, it has again become the sink of choice for many homeowners undertaking kitchen, bath, laundry and mudroom projects. And why not? Not only are these sinks extremely practical, they exude an appeal that’s hard to beat.
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High Back Kitchen Sink

This might be stupid, but what’s the difference between a farmhouse sink and an apron sink? Because I can find plenty of apron sinks. I do love a nice white sink. I don’t know where I would find one narrow enough for our tiny apartment kitchen, and just as well I guess because then I would have to buy it – when our stainless one still works – but I do love the look of them. Maybe next house!
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High Back Kitchen Sink

So really there are more recent slang terms to describe these sinks. Don’t get me wrong, I use the term as well, but only because the average person understands the terms. A high back splash sink may have an apron (5 1/2″ to 8″ wide/tall belted area around the waste line of the sink. Some ceramic apron sinks don’t have a back splash. So you need to know what you actually want, demand a picture to fully grasp the design.
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Oouhoyoouuuhoo! Perfect timing for this story! We’re about 1/2 way through restoring our 1920 bungalow kitchen to 1930 era. The 4th picture in the linked story is spooky. SO MUCH like our vision it’s scary. The sink, window, cabinets and stove are all in the same positions as our house. Whoa! Was VERY lucky to find a nice farmhouse with left drainboard and wall mount faucets intact for…$250!….at a local salvage place. Been looking hard for photos of mounts without legs. This is exactly what we are looking for. The little corner of the stove in that one looks slightly newer than our 1930 Spark stove, but in the same place. That stove will be our kitchen star, but I want the sink to look right too. Thanks for the inspiration. Hubs will be getting these photos added to his honey-do book. LOVE it!
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These wall mount porcelain kitchen sinks have a country style look and provide benefits such as a high back splash, deep bowls, and drilled holes for wall hung faucets. Find the perfect wall mount porcelain sink for your kitchen by using the filters to the left of the page to browse by features, prices, brands, dimensions and much more.
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I have a small, very modest, built in 1925, home. Currently remodeling my kitchen. I have almost the exact sink in the first picture, except it’s about 54 inches wide. Three things I’m looking for a little guidance on: 1) Everyone says I should put in a new sink. Keep telling myself I should keep the old one because it will save money, it’s in decent shape, and it’s the right thing to do. Could just use some reassurance on this one. LOL.
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Visual Jill Interior Decorating In this spacious kitchen, a trough version of the high-back farmhouse sink —nearly 48 inches long! — is a perfect complement to the retro range. Paired with two shades of mint green, these elements introduce a vintage flair to a home featuring midcentury lines.
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In this spacious kitchen, a trough version of the high-back farmhouse sink —nearly 48 inches long! — is a perfect complement to the retro range. Paired with two shades of mint green, these elements introduce a vintage flair to a home featuring midcentury lines.
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I just moved into my house a week ago, got the sink installed just a few days prior. No pictures just yet, as everything is still in disarray as I get settled in (and I don’t even have a lot of stuff!), but I love the sink! Even my son enjoys it, noting that these old sinks have a lot more character and style than what you usually find these days.
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Also from Arlington VA, had simillar sink, but bowl was very large and drain side was on left. splash wall was along right side of drain, and behind sink. Had to preplace faucet in 80s and had a horrid time finding one, now they are more available. House was built in 1930
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Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo craigmerrow I just moved into my house a week ago, got the sink installed just a few days prior. No pictures just yet, as everything is still in disarray as I get settled in (and I don’t even have a lot of stuff!), but I love the sink! Even my son enjoys it, noting that these old sinks have a lot more character and style than what you usually find these days. 1 Like April 4, 2017 at 1:24PM
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A most rarified rustic design. This charming sink would be ideal for casual kitchens with rustic décor. Features include an oversized bowl for stacking dishes and cookware, durable vitreous china construction, pre-drilled faucet holes on 8″ centers for a dramatic wall-mounted sink faucet and an integral front apron.
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Gaspar’s Construction 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.

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