Farmhouse & Apron Sinks

Double Basin Farmhouse Sink with Smooth Apron

Double Basin Farmhouse Sink with Smooth Apron

The Classic Line

single basin sinks | double basin sinks | bar / prep sinks

Each one of our handmade farmhouse sinks are made to order here in Austin, Texas. The apron is aged and protected to retain the chosen finish, and the basin is allowed to age gracefully in its natural state in what is referred to as a living finish.

 


Your Sink is Made to Order

Standard dimensions shown in the spec drawing below.

T33-Sink-SpecDWG

Spec drawing for our apron sink in standard dimensions.

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Classic Line sinks are now 15% off list price. This includes the custom designs you see here, in our standard Kitchen and Bath finishes and materials. Get a quote on your custom farmhouse sink or bar / prep sink today!

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copper farmhouse apron sink with illuminated tiffany style stained glass apron front

Have you seen the Luminescent Line™?

Redefining the world of the farmhouse sink, The Texas Lightsmith® Farmhouse Sink Luminescent Series™ features a modern back-lit illuminated art glass apron with easy-to-change glass panels for continued versatility. more…


The Classic Line

now 15% off!

T33

Single Basin Farmhouse Sinks


T332

Double basin sinks


Bar / Prep sinks

Custom Trough Sink

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Classic Line sinks are now 15% off list price. This includes the custom designs you see here, in our standard Kitchen and Bath finishes and materials. Get a quote on your custom farmhouse sink or bar / prep sink today!

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Kitchen & Bath Finishes

Standard Finishes:
Custom Finishes:
These finishes are specifically designed for sinks, range hoods and other kitchen and bath products.
Note: Patinas may vary slightly from samples. We seal all type A and B finishes with lacquer. Please specify if a fixture will be for an exterior application so that we can apply a highly UV resistant lacquer to ensure a greater longevity of the finish. Please note that when totally exposed to the elements, even the UV resistant lacquer will begin to break down after a minimum of five years (with constant exposure) and the base metal will begin a natural patination process.