Tuesday, August 30, 2011

farmhouse sink therapy

Here she talks about needing therapy because she had to leave her farmhouse sink behind, thus the title of the guest post.

I’m Susi and I write as a guest blogger for DesignShuffle.com, a fabulous social media site that promotes interior designers and their work from around the world. My writing focuses on things I'm passionate about: interior design, decorating ideas, home furnishings, gardening, travel and art. I get to look at gorgeous things all day and write about them. I'm a very lucky girl.

When Pam asked me to write an article entitled “Farmhouse Sink Therapy” I knew there was a story behind the request. In honor of the beautiful farmhouse sink in her Seattle kitchen that Pam left behind, here are 8 tributes to the farmhouse sink. Pam, I have faith you’ll have another farmhouse sink in your life at some point. Until then, I hope these pictures provide some sink therapy.

Farmhouse Sink Houzz (via)


A deep white farmhouse sink is now a classic in the kitchen. Oh how we love the farmhouse sink… let us count the ways… We love a white farmhouse sink paired with white subway tiles

Farmhouse Sink Houzz (via)


We love a farmhouse sink with brass faucets that look antique. A white farmhouse sink looks crisp against pastel colored cabinets and a white marble countertop.

Farmhouse Sink Pinterest (via)


We love a farmhouse sink against grey Shaker style cabinets in a modern farmhouse kitchen. The farmhouse sink can easily work in modern, traditional and farmhouse kitchen designs.

Farmhouse Sink Houzz (via)


We love a copper farmhouse sink paired with dark wood and dark marble in a cream color kitchen.

Farmhouse Sink Pinterest (via)


We love a metal farmhouse sink that looks like it was handcrafted. A single, a double or even a triple farmhouse sink can tackle the biggest pile of dishes.

Farmhouse SinkSweet Nothings (via)


What could be better than a farmhouse sink in the kitchen? Two farmhouse sinks, placed side by side.

Farmhouse SinkPinterest (via)


We love vintage farmhouse sinks rescued and restored. An extra wide vintage farmhouse sink, with a vintage fabric curtain, fits right into the vintage kitchen.

Farmhouse SinkHGTV (via)


And last but not least, we love a farmhouse sink in the kitchen island. Love this one that matches the molding on the cabinets and is set in a dark stone countertop. Love the contrast.

Well, there you are. An ode to the farmhouse sink. Thanks for letting me visit Pixelimpress! I hope you enjoyed it and found some kitchen design ideas to add to your inspiration file! ~Susi

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4 comments:

Kat said...

I love a farmhouse sink too. I would LOVE to have one in my kitchen!

jacjewelry said...

These are all gorgeous! I'll take any one of them. :)

Home Computer Repair said...

Hello all,

Farmhouse sinks are one of the most rugged sinks which can be used almost anywhere and everywhere. You can use them for all kinds of different work and they also work very well as kitchen sinks. It is also known as apron sink because of the front apron it has. Thanks a lot....

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