Materials and finishes
Farm sinks come in a variety of materials. According to Monica Weddle, real estate agent / broker at ERA Dream Living Realty in Raleigh, North Carolina, this is boosting their popularity. This is because they work well with other decorating styles. “Like subway tiles and school lighting, farm sinks are classics that come back to everyday use,” says Weddle. “Some of the trends in the farms – like the lighting of the masks and the fishing screen – have seen their popularity decrease, but I think the sinks are going to hang around in a while.” Faucets, all right. “Our market research,” she explains, “shows that the sink selection process begins with an aesthetic: consumers want to anchor their kitchen with a sink that matches their design vision. “White and black are the most popular choices, and the popularity of farm sinks in all materials is increasing – with a particularly strong peak in fire clay.”
Dan Worst, product manager of stainless steel sinks at Elkay, also believes that farm sinks are still a demanding industry trend. “Elkay recently launched a revolutionary Crosstown interchangeable stainless steel farmhouse sink, an industry first,” he said. In minutes, homeowners can now change the color and material of the sink face. “This sink allows consumers to change the look of the kitchen without the investment in time, expense or stress of a complete renovation. the popularity of the sink.