Kitchen Remodel / August 29, 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.
If a sleek, minimalist look is your kitchen style, this might not be the look you’re after. Butcher notes that newer sinks from Rohl have crisp, angular corners near the spot where they join.
When it comes to decorative lighting trends, the Scandi look is still popular. As well as simple styles in natural wood and black, white and industrial metallics. Many farmhouse sinks are simply single, large basins.
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.