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5 Favorites: Farmhouse Sinks

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5 Favorites: Farmhouse Sinks

Julie Carlson June 28, 2012

Forget monster restaurant-style ranges; the ultimate luxury is an extra capacious farm sink, equally beloved by cooks and gardeners. Here are five we dream about:

Above: A farmhouse sink in a project by the Brooklyn Home Company; see Steal This Look: Brooklyn Home Company Kitchen.

Above: A shallow cement utility sink at the Bulger, Pennsylvania, farm of Esther Dormer; photo by Tony Cenicola for The New York Times.

Above: A deep soapstone sink at the Terrain store headquarters, just outside Philadelphia.

Above: A smaller scale ceramic farmhouse sink; image via Style Files.

Above: A garden sink in London via Light Locations.

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