Farm house sinks have evolved over time. The earliest farm houses did not have running water and any cabinets in the kitchen would be more like furniture than the built-ins we have today. A kitchen sink was usually placed next to a window to allow water to be poured into the sink from the outside. In America, sinks were initially made of stone or lead lined wood, copper, or ceramic, then eventually were made of enameled metal and then stainless […]
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