In the classic hit, “Back to the Future Part II,” Marty McFly travels to October 21, 2015, to save his children, yet to be born in “Back to the Future’s” 1985. So in true ‘Back to the Future’ style, we thought it would be appropriate to highlight our Farmhouse Sink.
A farmhouse sink is a deep kitchen sink with an exposed front, similar in style to the sinks that were common in country farmhouses in the 1800s and early 1900s. Rural kitchens typically needed to accommodate baking and canning in bulk quantities, and preparing large meals. The straight sides, flat bottom, and deep basin of the farm sink maximized the space available for stacking pots, pans, and dishes. Also known as a farmhousesink or apron front sink, this style has become increasingly popular for adding a vintage flair to a kitchen remodel or upgrade.
We have to admit, we are really loving this entire look, not to mention how functional a sink this big really is!
A farmhouse sink is a great addition to this all white Arlington kitchen!