Adams 36″ Double Bowl Farmhouse Apron Copper Sink
The Adams copper farmhouse kitchen sink is an ideal sink for homes that love adding touches of beauty and glamour in unexpected places. The rich, warm antique copper finish is luxurious yet easy to maintain. The Adams' intentional design makes daily sink activity easier on the body and offers plenty of space for rinsing, washing, stacking, and cleaning dishes. The Adams comes with sound-dampening pads to minimize excess noise. Like all Sinkology sinks, the Adams comes backed by the Sinkology Everyday Promise lifetime guarantee.
- Dimensions: 35.65" x 22" x 9"
- Bowl dimensions: 15" x 18" x 8.8"
- Second bowl dimensions: 15" x 18" x 8.8"
- Drain size: 3.5"
- The Adams is handcrafted with pure 16-gauge solid copper, a beautiful material that is both durable enough for daily use and beautiful enough to be the showcase of your kitchen’s design.
- Delivered with pre-installed sound-dampening pads on all sides, the Adams is designed to meet the needs of a busy household by minimizing noises and maximizing functionality.
- The Adams’ two bowls are equally sized and 9″ deep, offering plenty of space for soaking and stacking dishes on one side and rinsing and cleaning on the other. All surfaces of the Adams kitchen sink have been hand-hammered by artisans for unique detailing.
- Each bowl features a rear, offset drain to maximize the usable surface space of the sink and offer flexibility for drain options (basket strainer drain and InSinkErator-compatible disposal drains). This offset drain layout also offers improved under-sink storage by keeping pipes and connections towards the rear of your cabinet.
- The Adams’ hand-hammered surface balances the richness of the antique copper color with the beautiful luster that comes from the sink’s hammered surface. The front apron wraps 2.5 inches on each side and showcases each sink’s individual hammering detail.
- The Adams can be installed as either a drop-in kitchen sink or undermount kitchen sink, offering flexible options for achieving the classic farmhouse style look in your home’s kitchen.
- The Adams is part of Sinkology’s VENTURE Collection of farmhouse-style antique copper kitchen sinks that come in a variety of layouts and bowl options. Start your next home adventure with the VENTURE line of sinks from Sinkology!
- Sinkology recommends 36 in. minimum cabinetry to ensure secure installation and proper support of the Adams farmhouse style kitchen sink.
- Complete your Adams sink with matching drains available in Antique Copper: Basket Strainer Drain (#TB35-01) and InSinkErator Disposal Drain (#TD35-01).
- Sinkology’s copper is completed with an antique copper finish that is highly durable and easy to clean: simply wash your sink with mild soap and water or use Sinkology’s Copper Care IQ kit for low-maintenance cleaning (#SARMOR-101).
- The Adams comes with Sinkology’s Everyday Promise lifetime warranty: our guarantee that your sink will perform as expected every day, every year, for life.
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