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How to choose a farmhouse sink for your kitchen. -- not all sinks are the same. There are two types of enameled kitchen and bath products — Enameled Cast Iron and Enameled Steel. Enameled Cast Iron is the super durable stuff that vintage farm sinks are made from — those sinks that are decades old and still look perfect. The much cheaper Enameled Steel option is prone to chipping, denting and rust,

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from signaturehardware.com

33" Almeria Cast Iron Farmhouse Kitchen Sink

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A fifty dollar Craigslist farmhouse-style cast iron enamel sink refinished for only 225. It was polished, chips patched, and the bowl coated in a bonding epoxy. No re-glaze required! Total? $275, cheaper than the IKEA version but has a lot more character!

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LOVE this sink for the laundry room! Her Blog Post with pics of the new laundry room is beautiful! http://cobblestonefarms.blogspot.com/2012/01/in-my-new-laundry-room.html

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from eBay

Antique cast iron farmhouse vintage kitchen sink double drain board -1925-rare

It's true; I would be way excited to find this in an updated kitchen, in a house that fits our family for this move. Of course, then I'd probably not want to ever leave that house...ever. Sigh.

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from Etsy

1930s Kohler Cast Iron Farmhouse Sink, (42 X 20) 8 Inch Back Splash Farm Sink, Low Apron, Left Drain Board

Kohler Cast Iron Farmhouse Sink, X 8 Inch Back Splash Farm Sink, Low Apron, Left Drain Board. I would take this since my double sink is actually a single since one is being occupied by the dish drain

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