Florida is well known for being the sinkhole capital of the United States. Since that is a dubious distinction, we suggest focusing on a different kind of Florida sink – the stainless steel, ceramic and cast iron versions that are trending right now.
Stainless farmhouse sink
Farmhouse sinks are growing out of the outdated clunky ceramic styles and getting modern, sleek and sophisticated in a stainless steel finish. The wide apron-front sink offers plenty of space for family members to gather at the sink for washing up or just leave the dishes to soak in its ample basin.
These sinks have been a popular choice for years because of the convenience they offer serious chefs and a busy kitchen. Installing one in a stainless steel finish adds industrial elegance to any kitchen style.
Cast Iron Farmhouse sink
This sink can be a stunning update to your traditional kitchen. Sturdy cast iron comes in black for a dramatic update to this white kitchen. We recommend adding stainless steel appliances and fixtures to complement this striking piece.
Soapstone Farmhouse Sink
In addition to cast iron, you can get a farmhouse sink in soapstone – a look that blends the sink with a quartz or corian counter top to create a seamless appearance.
Infinity sinks in classic white ceramic add a timeless elegance to your bathroom. Cascading water and seamless integration with cabinetry and vanity combine sleek and sophisticated with form and function effortlessly.
Vessel sinks are ideal for the home owner that wants to repurpose furniture into a rustic vanity. The old-fashioned yet elegant look of a vessel sink lends a striking sophistication to traditional and country décor. In this bathroom highlighted by Better Homes & Gardens a rustic freestanding cabinet — dressed in its original paint — adds vintage appeal. The porcelain sink bowl complements the distressed finishes. When opting for a spread-fit faucet, select a model that raises the handles above the rim of the sink for easy operation.
Are you interested in upgrading your kitchen or bathroom sink? Visit our kitchen and bath showroom in Naples for hard to find styles or call us today for a free consultation.