Install Farm Sinks for Kitchens
Farm sinks for kitchens or basin rural style is usually characterized by a porcelain bowl that is exposed to view in the front, instead of a drop-in sink style. IKEA Domsjo sink just such a way, making it ideal for a rustic country style kitchen. While Domsjo is ideal for pairing with own kitchen countertop systems IKEA can easily be incorporated into a variety of configurations kitchen.
Cut two pieces of white melamine with a puzzle and insert them vertically, below the counter. Space them 27 inches apart so the Domsjo fit, focused, among them. Screwed into place with the L-shaped brackets small, driving screws into melamine, the underside of the counter and the base of the counter unit or the ground. Cut a rectangular hole in the top for farm sinks for kitchens, 25 inches wide and 27 centimeters deep. If any of the shelves or cabinets are less than 10 cm below the top, trim, too. If the front of the structure of the counter is covered, make a rectangular cut 25 inches wide and 9 1/8 inches deep.
Cut a piece of birch or other sheet to match the front of the roof structure. Make the piece large enough to cover the front of the structure perfectly. Cut a rectangle out of it, 25 inches wide and 9 1/8 inches tall, to fit the front of the sink Domsjo. Set the farm sinks for kitchens into the hole before cutting. Seal the joint between the edge of the sink and countertop with silicone sealant. Allow the sealer to dry completely, following the manufacturer’s instructions.