Kitchen Faucet / August 31, 2018 / Bianca Bouchard
The difference is their distinctive apron front, which has a vintage vibe many homeowners love. For a typical sink, the basin can be away from the edge of the countertop, but this sink can sit a bit beyond the counter line.
Which is wonderful, unless your tastes change. It does not have the true vintage style of a single-basin farmhouse sink. Many homeowners consider a curved sink easier to clean than one with square edges.