To refresh your memory we went with an enameled cast iron for its durability. After doing price/tax/shipping cost comparing we found the best deal at saveonfaucet.com.
Installing the farmhouse sink was a combination of the contractor we hired to mount our cabinets (yes, we were too chicken to install the cabinets ourselves) and Grandpil (who is a licensed plumber in Washington/Oregon). The contractor set the sink and got it all secured and ready before the granite guys came in. Grandpil did all the plumbing with JG/me as his helper (more like beer maid).
Yeah, you can tell how long ago this actually happened because there are no floors 🙂 I’m a procrastinator :-/ Grandpil was not thrilled about plumbing the farmhouse sink… he said they were annoying to plumb.. I don’t remember why, but he had some reason to not love them.
|The faucet is a Delta Leland Kitchen Single Handle Pull Down Faucet, Stainless Steel. We found the best price on Amazon (if you know of a better price or place to look let me know).|
WooHoo! We love our sink! Having an under-mount sink is glorious.
See the weird thing to the right of the sink? It’s an air gap….. I’ve never seen these before moving to Washington (maybe I wasn’t paying attention). They aren’t required in Oregon but are required in Washington state. If you’re interested or need to know what an air gap is watch this video (If you have an air gap you should watch this video because apparently they can become clogged and you have to clean them?).
|I hate our yellow lighting. SO.so.MUCH.|
And here’s a little bit of a more recent/better shot of the sink plus a sneak peak at the cabinets 🙂