I have jumped into the kitchen with both feet!! When I did the Better Homes and Gardens' One Room Challenge - here - I had originally wanted to tackle the kitchen instead of our master bedroom. But, surprise! Re-doing the kitchen the way I wanted to was going to be really expensive. It included counter tops, cabinets, light fixtures, wall treatments (maybe removing a wall?) Of course, it also included a sink swap.
I had always wanted a beautiful, white, Fireclay farmhouse apron sink instead of my boring stainless steel one. However, when I searched around for sinks, they were either frighteningly expensive or seemed really challenging to install. That was, at least, until I found the Sinkology Josephine Drop In Farmhouse Sink! For $399, it was relatively affordable compared to a lot of other Fireclay farmhouse sinks. And the biggest bonus was that it was a quick-fit install - dropping into your existing sink hole with hardly any modifications! The price reflected here includes silicone and the faucet purchase.
So, let's get into this super fun project, by showing you the before: