Copper Apron Front sinks with integral back splashes.
There are some critical things you should know about integrating these types of sinks.
Make sure you recess the sink cabinet back to 21" deep if you are going to do this. Most faucets do not protrude out from the wall far enough for a 24" deep sink. I suggest you call me as early on in the process as you can so I can offer some design advice. I have been a kitchen designer for almost 40 years. I am happy to assist in your project.
This is a current photo of one of my kitchen sinks. The sink in the photo is about 17 years old and still looks like new.
Please call me to price this type of sink. Every one of these will be built custom to suit your particular situation. Call me at 407-880-6903 (Dino Rachiele)
My copper sinks are hand crafted to exacting specifications, right here in Apopka, FL (near Orlando).
This is the most complicated sink of this type we have built. What you can not easily see is that this is a patented apron with a channel behind the apron so that the sink slips over the existing cabinetry. The apron is shorter than the bowl. The dimensions had to be exact in order for it to fit the cabinet and the wall.
This is a gorgeous copper apron farm sink with Fire and Ice patina. Behind it is a copper panel with a matching patina that our customer will put behind their cook top. We make panels for dishwashers, refrigerators, back splashes and more. Just ask!
Copper apron front sink with rear deck for faucet and soap dispenser - integral backsplash. The finish is a Fire and Ice Patina.
This is a double bowl copper apron sink with an integral back splash. Notice the sink was hammered. This is one of the earliest sinks we produced. The photo was taken prior to any patina.
This is a patented design. It was made for someone in a wheelchair featuring a right rear drain and a faucet deck in the front right corner for easy access. Photo taken prior to weathering.