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Get INSPIRED with Sinkology’s All-in-One design kits! You can bring simplicity and beauty to your kitchen with this kit featuring the Wilcox 24 in. single bowl fireclay kitchen sink and Pfister Canton pull-down kitchen faucet. The deep rustic bronze color of the faucet accentuates the clean brilliance of the crisp white fireclay sink, bringing classic simplicity and eye-catching beauty to the heart of the home. The Canton is ADA-compliant and offers complete functionality with minimal movement. Sinkology’s 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. The Wilcox is ideal for homes or rooms that have a limited footprint but endless creativity: the small style ensures you get all the benefits of a farmhouse sink without compromising the flow of your space. From the protective grid and strainer drain to the three-function detachable spray head, this design kit includes everything you need for the kitchen of your dreams—including the sink! Your Sinkology fireclay sink, strainer drain, and bottom grid are covered with the exclusive Sinkology Lifetime Warranty, and the Pfister Pforever Warranty guarantees that your faucet’s finish and function last forever.
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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.
This year's Thanksgiving table is going to make room for something a little different than our normal fare - a Yam and Thyme Tarte Tatin. Tarte Tatin is a fancy, French name for an upside-down, single-crust pie. Sure, the name may sound fancy, but this recipe is so simple - thanks to those handy frozen sheets of puff pastry dough!