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A farm sink placed in a lovely white-interior kitchen. Credit: Koozzo

The Best Farm Sinks of 2022

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A farm sink placed in a lovely white-interior kitchen. Credit: Koozzo

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Koozzo 30-Inch Farmhouse Ceramic Kitchen Sink

For a farmhouse aesthetic, the handmade imperfections of the Koozzo MJ-3018 add to the charm of this sink. Read More

Pros

  • Range of sizes
  • Both double- and single-bowl options
  • Reversible mount

Cons

  • Sides are uneven
  • Steep slope on bottom
  • Ceramic
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Lordear Gunmetal Black Stainless Farm Sink

A modern interpretation of the farmhouse classic, the Lordear is a lightweight stainless steel version of the large curved-front sink. Read More

Pros

  • Four different finish colors
  • Included rack and bottom grid
  • Responsive customer support

Cons

  • Issues with finish wearing off
  • Ineffective draining and water left behind
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SG2D Fireclay Farmhouse Apron Kitchen Sink

For the more durable form of porcelain—the desirable fireclay—the SG2D offers great value with a classic style. Read More

Pros

  • Great value
  • Flat-front style
  • Fireclay material

Cons

  • Unresponsive customer service
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Color y Tradicion Rounded Apron-Front Copper Sink

This hammered-copper sink has played the lead in many dreamed-of kitchens, with a textured patina and bowed front. Read More

Pros

  • Stunning hand-hammered copper
  • Split sink with 60/40 curved front

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Drain assembly not included
  • So-so packaging
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Ruvati Verona RVH9100 Apron-Front Kitchen Sink

The accessories really distinguish the Ruvati RVH9100 from other stainless-steel farm sinks, changing your sink into an effective food prep area. Read More

Pros

  • Includes several accessories
  • 16-gauge stainless steel
  • Lifetime warranty

Cons

  • Reportedly scratches easily
  • Prone to rusting in corners

Farm sinks have a comfortable, chic vibe that suits a range of kitchens. If your kitchen is modern with clean lines, there’s an apron sink that’ll echo that aesthetic. If your kitchen could have been plucked from the 1800s, you can find a sink online to match it with a handcrafted look. But apron-fronted sinks have not survived on good looks alone; they allow for a range of cleanup activities with a deep bowl, high sides, and durable materials. While cast iron coated with enamel is the traditional choice of material, there’s also a type of porcelain called fireclay that’s risen in popularity.

Fireclay is touted as being more durable and less likely to chip than regular porcelain, due to a higher firing temperature, increasing its ability to resist chipping. Stainless steel is another commonplace choice, allowing for a range of finishes to mimic more expensive materials like copper. Of course, if your budget will cover a copper sink, the patina and wear over time will be much more striking compared to the stainless-steel-colored copper. With a range of materials and a workhorse ability to accommodate many cleaning needs, the farm sink will add value and functionality to your kitchen for years.

To help you find the right farm sink, we dug through thousands of reviews for a variety of apron front sinks available online. Based on our research, these are the best farmhouse sinks you can get right now.

Editor's Note

The recommendations in this guide are based on thorough product and market research by our team of expert product reviewers. The picks are based on examining user reviews, product specifications, and, in some limited cases, our experience with the specific products named.

Product image of Koozzo 30-Inch Farmhouse Ceramic Kitchen Sink
Koozzo 30-Inch Farmhouse Ceramic Kitchen Sink

For a classic look, the Koozzo Farmhouse Kitchen Sink offers a curved front ceramic sink with a deep eight-inch bowl. Reviewers liked that the sink is reversible, offering a choice of vertical or horizontal lines to decorate the front, as well as a range of sizes. A two-bowl version is available, along with a traditional single bowl. A drain basket is also included with the sink. Some shoppers mention that on the double-bowl version, the slope is more extreme than they expected, making washing glasses difficult.

At 88 pounds, the weight can be a bit of an issue with this sink, as well. Several reviewers describe taking extra efforts when installing the sink to support it properly. When installing, a common frustration with reviewers is the variation in the edges of the sink. While subtle imperfections are common with more rustic-looking sinks, the range in the sides of this sink can make it tricky to install.

Pros

  • Range of sizes

  • Both double- and single-bowl options

  • Reversible mount

Cons

  • Sides are uneven

  • Steep slope on bottom

  • Ceramic

Product image of Lordear Gunmetal Black Stainless Farm Sink
Lordear Gunmetal Black Stainless Farm Sink

With a range of metal finishes, the Lordear 30-Inch Farmhouse Kitchen Sink offers an updated and modern version of the farm-sink trend. This 16-gauge stainless steel sink is available in gunmetal black, gold, bronze, and a brushed-steel finish. It’s padded to reduce noise, with rounded corners to make cleaning easy. The sink also comes with several accessories, including a bottom grid, basket strainer, and roll-up rack. Customers like the responsive customer service, dealing with issues like welding defects and color changes. Since the warranty’s limited to three months, make sure to follow up with any issues quickly.

Pros

  • Four different finish colors

  • Included rack and bottom grid

  • Responsive customer support

Cons

  • Issues with finish wearing off

  • Ineffective draining and water left behind

Product image of SG2D Fireclay Farmhouse Apron Kitchen Sink
SG2D Fireclay Farmhouse Apron Kitchen Sink

The SG2D Fireclay Farmhouse Apron Single Kitchen Sink is a sharp-looking fireclay porcelain sink that offers great value. It’s sold with a grid, to protect the bottom, as well as a drain strainer. Reviewers have been impressed with the sink’s quality given the cost—especially considering the extra work and durability that comes with the fireclay manufacturing process. While one shopper has not been able to contact customer service to return a sink that arrived damaged, they still commented on the great workmanship of the sink. This particular apron-front sink can only be installed undermount and requires extra support, as it weighs 91 pounds.

Pros

  • Great value

  • Flat-front style

  • Fireclay material

Cons

  • Unresponsive customer service

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Color y Tradicion Rounded Apron-Front Copper Sink

For a kitchen with the timeless, classic appeal of hammered copper, the Color y Tradicion Rounded Apron-Front Farmhouse Kitchen Sink is an excellent choice. If you dream of hammered-copper accents in your kitchen, this is your apron sink. Reviewers like the 60/40-split bowl, the patina from the hand-hammered copper, and the bowfront of the sink. One reviewer commented that the placement of the sink can be tricky; too close to a corner causes issues because the bow is about seven inches out from the counter.

While the price of the sink can be comparable to a small used car, the only comment reviewers have made about the cost is that the sink’s worth every penny. Shoppers are impressed with the build quality, noticing the solid supports and solid copper of the sink. Critical reviews focused on the packaging and damage to the sink during transit, rather than any issues with the sink itself. The sink does not include the drain or drain assembly—it ships with a simple hole in the base of the sink.

Pros

  • Stunning hand-hammered copper

  • Split sink with 60/40 curved front

Cons

  • Expensive

  • Drain assembly not included

  • So-so packaging

Product image of Ruvati Verona RVH9100 Apron-Front Kitchen Sink
Ruvati Verona RVH9100 Apron-Front Kitchen Sink

On its own, the Ruvati Verona RVH9100 isn’t a particularly unique sink. The inside corners are rounded, making it easier to clean; the brushed stainless steel is a heavy guage, ensuring years of use. It’s the accessories that come with the sink—as well as the optional extras that can be purchased separately—that are the distinguishing features here. With this model, the 17-by-12-inch solid hardwood cutting board, stainless steel colander, dish-drying rack, and basket-drain assembly are included. Both the cutting board and the colander fit in the top ledge of the sink, allowing for sink access as well as freeing up counter space. Using these accessories lets you continue using the sink area during food preparation.

If your area is tight on counter space, a larger sink feels like a ridiculous choice. But using a sink with a sliding cutting board reduces that countertop loss. Reviewers have been impressed with the appearance and price of this sink, comparing it to similar products at twice the price. One shopper compared it to that of a local retailer, noticing the price of the alternative was higher despite not including a cutting board. Other shoppers have noticed the care in packaging, with the sink in several layers and two boxes. Some reviewers feel the sink scratches easily and recommend using the rinse grid in the bottom right away to help prevent scratches.

Pros

  • Includes several accessories

  • 16-gauge stainless steel

  • Lifetime warranty

Cons

  • Reportedly scratches easily

  • Prone to rusting in corners

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Rebecca Boniface

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Rebecca Boniface is a certified PADI dive instructor, full-time nomad, and DIY enthusiast.

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