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Get INSPIRED with Sinkology’s new All-in-One design kits! Featuring the Brooks 33 in. double bowl fireclay kitchen sink and Pfister Ashfield pull-down kitchen faucet, this design kit combines the rich rustic bronze color and sleek design of a single-handle faucet with Sinkology’s eye-catching crisp white apron-front sink for a modern farmhouse style. The Ashfield faucet offers simple functionality with one-handed command of spray or stream selection and spray volume from a single control. Working in your kitchen has never been easier thanks to the ergonomic design of the Ashfield faucet. The Brooks is masterfully crafted with a crisp white finish, and the double bowl layout provides ample space for soaking, hand washing, drying, and stacking dishes without compromising utility and functionality of the second bowl. Sinkology Fireclay sinks are created with naturally durable fireclay material that is fired at more than 2100° and guaranteed for life not to chip, crack, stain, or rust. From the protective grid and Sinkology drains to the single-control faucet head, this design kit includes everything you need for the kitchen of your dreams—including the sink!
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Farmhouse style is back in a big way. In fact, it’s been one of the hottest trends in home décor for the last few years and it shows no signs of slowing down. And for good reason! Farmhouse style is warm, welcoming, low-maintenance and you can easily put your own spin on it to make it your own.
The cleaning and care of a fireclay farmhouse sink isn't much different than other sinks. Fireclay is heat resistant, stain resistant, scratch resistant, and chip resistant. So cleaning and care is super simple and easy. Here are a few tips for the ongoing cleaning and care of your fireclay sink.
What do you get when you combine an Oregon Trail pioneer with a modern-day interior designer? Yellow Prairie Interior Design’s headquarters and the homestead of its founder, Janna Allbritton! Janna and her husband Ryan have created a stunning farmhouse out of an 1890's Italianette Victorian Home. They're here to share a few tips on getting through a home renovation!