I know I just featured some apron front sinks on my last blog, but I wanted to show another one that we recently fabricated and installed and how the material was seamed. In our showroom, we often get asked questions about seaming. In fact, I had a customer the other week that was curious about how her material would be seamed with her apron front sink. Of course, a lot of things come into play, when it comes to seaming such as slab sizes, cabinets, material flow, etc., but I wanted to show an example of how apron front sinks are often seamed.
Let’s take a look at a few photos our installers took…
This photo shows the perimeter tops that include the apron front sink.
This photo shows a close-up of the stainless steel apron sink that is seamed in the back at the faucet hole.
This photo shows a close up the seam. Notice how tight the seam is and how the material flows one piece to another.
If you are interested in an apron front sink, or have questions about seaming, make sure you stop by our showroom. We are happy to answer any of your questions.
Thanks for reading!