Farmhouse TB - Triple Bowl Farmhouse Sink
Check out our farmhouse triple bowl sink, available in sixteen or fourteen gauge metal, with three finish options: stainless steel, brass, or copper. With just as many texture options, the possibilities for customizations on this sink are absolutely endless. In fact, you can get started on customizing your sink right now with the menu options above. As soon as you submit your preferences, our talented artisans will immediately begin to fabricate your piece, so that we can ensure that your custom, functional art piece gets in your hands as quickly as possible.
What is a farmhouse sink? Great question! A farmhouse sink is often built much larger than the standard, and has an exposed side on the front. This means that they are designed to be dropped into an entire space cut out, rather than a hole on the top of your counterspace, like an overmount sink might be. While originally used to store water for use in homes that may not have access to regularly available running water, the farmhouse sink is now a design icon for those looking to convey a rustic or homey sense in their kitchen. Despite this, designers have long done away with the notion that a farmhouse sink is only for those looking to convey a sense of rustic charm, and have found ways to integrate these design qualities in modern, and even industrial, kitchens.
Although larger than the typical farmhouse sink, and in this case containing a three and a half inch plumbing hole, copper farmhouse sinks make great everyday sinks for your home, and even your business. You'll enjoy them in your kitchen because of the massive amount of space available in them, allowing you more space to clean larger items, like pots, pans, and baking equipment. Additionally, they have such a classic look, that they'll add an element of charm to your kitchen design, no matter what. Finally, because of the versatile manner in which they can be customized, you may find them suitable for both outdoor and indoor kitchen use.
It is important to know that farmhouse sink installation is somewhat more complicated than the installation of other types of sinks on the market. Because installation can impact the countertops, the cabiner underneath, and even the wall behind the area in which the sink is installed, it is important to seek the help of a licensed contractor, to ensure that everything goes well when you add this gorgeous model to your home. Although CopperSmith does not offer installation services ourself, your contractor is welcome to call our customer support team for assistance at any time. We'd love nothing more than to see your custmo project through, from design ideation, to fabrication, to final installation in your home.