More than simply functional necessities, they now offer more design appeal, softer lines, and a variety of finishes.
Farmhouse bowls, also known as apron, are becoming quite a trend.
They are named so because they imitate the rectangular, deep look and visible front that is very common in vintage and rural houses.
They're normally installed as a undermount, this basin-style usually does not have a deck on its exterior so that faucets and other accessories can be installed directly onto the back of the counter top.
Most log home farmhouse basins are made from enamel or white porcelain, but a lot of manufacturers have started to use other modern materials such as stainless steel, fireclay, natural stone and copper. They are available in single and double basin styles.
They provide the finishing touch to any log home kitchen.
You can choose from multiple bowls of various sizes and shapes, It's just a matter of personal choice!!
You can also buy these in stainless steel, enameled metal, solid surfacing materials and quartz composites and of course the traditional porcelain.
There is a great amount of detail when choosing a farmhouse bowl for your log home kitchen. Size, in width and depth, is of course the biggest choice you will make. Installing an undermount is not as difficult as you may think.
The Farmhouse style was my choice until I actually saw the copper bowls , talk about creating a luxury log home kitchen!