Our New Farmhouse Sink from Sinkology

*This is a sponsored post but all opinions and thoughts are my own. 

Ever since we put a Sinkology sink in our cabin, I knew that someday I wanted to update the one we had in our house to the same thing!  We had previously had an ikea sink in our kitchen and it was smaller than I had wanted and also sat on top of the counters, which was an easy option for install, but I hated that I couldn’t wipe my crumbs and countertop debris right into the sink, and I also loved the seamless look of an undermount sink.  So when we decided to update the countertops I knew that it was the perfect time to update the sink as well! 

Having owned a sinkology sink for 4 years now, I can completely attest to the quality of these sinks.  They are fireclay material which is known for its natural ability to withstand the drops, bumps, and bangs of everyday life.  Sinkology’s fireclay kitchen sinks are guaranteed not to chip, crack, stain or rust with proper indoor use, and they clean up amazing!  My Ikea sink would get some gray streaks in if something rubbed on it, and this one never does that.  My cabin sink still looks as good as the day we installed it!  

This is the sink we got.  It’s called the turner and we loved it because it’s the same width but a little less deep, which saved us space underneath in the cabinet that we didn’t want to lose! 

We also got this sink protector.  I love that it allows the water to drain around the dishes and I love the look it gives the sink.  We chose to purchase our own drain and faucet since we wanted black, but Sinkology does have kits that sell all the items together for easy install!  

I would *almost* say that this sink makes doing dishes fun:) If you follow along on my Instagram then you know that when we were cutting down the bottom cabinet doors I decided to add a little piece of wood under the sink.  It’s solely decorative but I absolutely love the little warmth it brings to the cabinets.  It took me 5 minutes to do and adds so much charm. 

And quite possibly the best part about this sink is the price! Farmhouse sinks can be so expensive, but this sink is under $300!  Which is actually less than what I spent on the faucet!  Such a showstopper for such a steal!

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