When it comes to sinks, there are thousands to choose from. But one of the most enduring and beloved design styles is the apron sink. Named for the front of the basin that skirts past the countertop and over the lower cabinets, today’s apron sink comes in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and materials.
In today’s post, we’re showcasing eight of our favorite apron sinks with links to photo galleries of each HighCraft project.
A large, classic cast-iron apron sink feels at home in this custom farmhouse. Read about the project in “Modern Farmhouse with Shop.”
Apron sinks aren’t just for farmhouses. Their clean lines work extremely well in contemporary kitchen designs, too. Learn about this foothills remodel in “Modern Melamine Kitchen.”
Twice as Nice
We incorporated two undermount apron sinks with golden gooseneck faucets in the kitchen of this whole-house remodel. See the full project gallery in “Second Story Pop Top.”
Apron sinks come in many colors, including the slate gray Silgranit (granite composite) option above. Deep, cool gray was the perfect choice to complement the warm, rich stain of the kitchen cabinetry. Explore the finished remodel in “Rustic American Ranch.”
We recently installed a stainless-steel apron sink with a hammered finish in this beautiful Berthoud kitchen. Tour the entire home build in “Colorado Inspired Custom.”
We’re featuring a second hammered metal apron sink, this time in a burnished copper. The sink is a warm and appealing focal point in this rustic bunkhouse on a Loveland ranch. Explore the entire western-themed vacation property in “Guest Bunkhouse Over Garage.”
Because apron sinks extend beyond counter depth, they often provide a deeper and more spacious basin that can accommodate larger pots, pans and baking sheets. Learn about Mountain Modern design, and view the photo gallery of this golf course community custom build, in “Home on the Range.”
Set in Concrete
Lastly, apron sinks are for more than just kitchens! This mini concrete version fits the scale of a basement wet bar perfectly. Check out the full basement remodel in “Ultimate Basement Hangout” and see other examples of concrete sinks in “Concrete Ideas.”
Whether you build new construction, or remodel what you have, HighCraft’s experienced design-build team can navigate every detail of the planning and construction process so you don’t have to. Contact HighCraft with questions or to schedule a free consultation.