Farmhouse apron sinks have become go-tos for kitchens of traditional, industrial or modern persuasions. In this transitional kitchen, a black and white check Roman shade hangs over a farmhouse sink with a gold faucet and intricately patterned backsplash.
Large windows, an apron sink and simple door pulls are among the features that tie this white kitchen to the home's traditional farmhouse architecture. Dark honed countertops are both functional and crisp against the white cabinetry. The newly built modern farmhouse rests on a 12-acre property, with an open plan for the kitchen, living and dining areas.
This country kitchen island features an apron sink, lots of cabinet storage and plenty of counter space to spread food out. Natural wood finish and Calacatta marble contrast nicely for an elegant rustic feel.
A mix of farmhouse and eclectic decorating styles creates a fabulous, fun kitchen. The black and white Roman shade complements the detailed backsplash area where the farmhouse apron sink becomes the focal point. The blue-gray cabinets complete the farmhouse vibe.
This cottage kitchen features checked swag curtains that call attention to a beautiful bay window. A soffit offers perfect placement for task lighting above the apron sink, while blue and white dishes are a homey accent on the stone countertops.
The kitchen blends industrial elements, like the stainless steel and clean-lined cabinets, with a rustic-meets-vintage vibe by way of items like the farmhouse chrome apron sink and the live-edge island topper. Meanwhile, a bright red kettle adds a pop of color.
The green marble finish in this renovation farmhouse kitchen extends to the deep apron sink, creating a continuous line that's echoed on the insides of the window casings. The overall effect is crisp and fresh, giving the space modern punch that ties in with the home's contemporary flair. Brass fixtures are both on-trend and period-appropriate.
This attractive midcentury modern kitchen features a stainless steel apron sink as well as a white kitchen island that provides extra dining space. The contractor removed walls and flipped the kitchen layout but maintained existing plumbing lines to reduce costs. The colorful wallpaper between two cabinets in the dining area complements the orange range, and sleek white slab cabinets help modernize the space to prevent it from becoming "kitschy."
A stainless steel farmhouse sink and a white subway tile backsplash add a traditional feel to an otherwise modern space. Frosted glass cabinet doors frame two shelving units above contemporary black countertops.
To give the lower cabinets that perfectly imperfect look, the designer started with a coat of light gray paint and then added one coat of this gorgeous green. After the green had dried, a light wash of gray was applied and then sanded and wiped off.