A beautiful hammered apron front farmhouse copper sink centers this farmhouse style kitchen. It pops against the white cabinets, subway tile and open shelving. This post contains affiliate links- full disclosure here
I always envisioned a big dreamy white farmhouse sink, but when I found out there was such a thing as a copper sink, I started second guessing my white sink dreams. I even wrote a post about my copper sink inspiration pictures last year.
Our farmhouse copper sink:
Fast forward almost a year, and we have a copper sink as the focal point of our kitchen. I LOVE IT. I will write about the pros and cons of these sinks shortly, but for now, know that I would buy our sink over and over again!
This is the link to the copper sink we bought. It was BY FAR the most inexpensive one, and the positive reviews all convinced me it was a good buy. I’m glad to report that it was indeed a great buy! You can also get copper sink care items here:
People ask about cleaning our sink a lot – here’s a product I like to use for our copper sink. It’s so inexpensive and works REALLY well!
Also – just had to share – these cuties love our kitchen too:
I’ve had SO many people asking me about our copper sink over the past few years! I’ll be writing up a more comprehensive post soon, but I just need you to know this: if you want it to look shiny and brand new all the time, then I would not recommend installing one of these sinks in your home. I personally love the way it looks when it’s polished and shiny, but I also love the authentic old-world feel of the toned down antiqued copper color. So be honest with yourself before purchasing, and make sure you’re OK with the darker color before purchasing and installing.
Have you followed our renovation journey from the beginning? If not – you HAVE to see what this kitchen used to look like!
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