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Friday Feature: Sinks

this sink: This week's feature sounds a little silly I know, but I'm a dreamer and we have big plans for our future and that includes picking things out we would want in our forever home. It's a little overwhelming to think about because there are so many different things I love and OH SO MUCH that goes into a home...

I was going to do a feature on kitchens but that got a little overwhelming because Pinterest is FULL of amazingly gorgeous kitchens. It would have been a very long long loooooong post. So I decided to narrow it down to just something that would go in a kitchen. Little did I know that would be overwhelming too...

Well let's get into it... SINKS!

New brass faucets turned this farm sink into a stylish wash station.:

Ok can we just sit here and oogle over this guy for a minute??? I mean seriously.... It stopped me in my tracks and it's what inspired this whole post. No this isn't in a kitchen, but it's an AMAZING sink. Rustic and old but prettied up with the gold accents. I'm in love. Completely in love.

She lightened up the foundation with fresh additions like white wood paneling, bleached hardwood floors, and cabinetry covered in rustic reclaimed lumber.:

Again... I think I've gone to sink heaven. If I had all the money... This beautiful farmhouse masterpiece is made of marble and it is one of the prettiest things I've ever seen. Paired with those roughed up cabinets and black faucet... I can't look away. I totally love how the counters and the sink match.

Skye Gyngell kitchen by British Standard, Carrara marble countertop and back splash, Farrow & Ball Hague Blue Cabinets, Double Copper Sink, Photography by Alexis Hamilton | Remodelista:

If ya'll don't know my love for copper yet, where have you been?! I've dreamed of a copper sink for so long. I made an inspiration sheet long ago of what I wanted our current kitchen to look like, things have changed since then but the copper sink on it has stayed. It's still just on that piece of paper because the copper sink I love has a hefty price tag. But a girl can dream...


I have been seeing these patterned sinks more and more lately and I absolutely love them. What a great way to add a pop to any room with the most subtle touch. I love little pops of color so this would be perfect for me. These sinks always remind me of New Mexico. I went Taos for years in a row when I was younger and every home and store had sinks like this in them. I always wanted one, even as a child. A lot of my inspiration for design comes from there. The eclectic mix of rustic and South West styles have my heart. Taos is definitely one of my favorite places. It's my home away from home and part of what struck the creative/entrepreneur cord in me. If you've been there, you understand what I mean.

Love the unpolished brass faucet and farmhouse sink in this beautiful white kitchen eclecticallyvintage.com:

You seriously can't go wrong with a big, one well, farmhouse sink. This one paired with the gold faucet is a true dream. And do you see that labeled drawer pull that looks like it's from an old card catalogue in the bottom left corner?? What a brilliant idea (insert heart eyes here).

Dark sultry walls with patterned wall tile  #bathroomdesign #graybathroom:

And I'm just gonna leave you with this beauty. I love how freestanding it is. If I had a powder room, you better believe I would have this adorable thing in there with gold pipes and all... I'm also really into patterned tile right now and I love this green one. Green and gold paired together is the perfect combo.

I hope you enjoyed this weeks Friday Feature!! Let me know what you think of this series! What's your favorite sink above?? Thank you so much for stopping by to see what I'm up to! Have a wonderful weekend, Friends!!! <3
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