This catalogue shows a small (and growing) selection of the sinks and faucets we carry. Many of these products are available in different colours or finishes. See the product description for a complete list.

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Timeless, classic and modern, all at the same time! What is it about farmhouse/apron-front fireclay sinks that transcend design and style? The design has been around for decades but still feels contemporary. In this fireclay finish, you get something closer to the traditional look, with a minimalist design that adds a stunning conversation piece to your kitchen. The clever design of this single-bowl sink makes it reversible, so you can choose from either a flat front, or a fluted one.

Bristol Sinks Fireclay sinks are made from 2 different clays mixed with quartz sand. They are then cast and fired at 1600 degrees. This is a true fireclay sink made in Europe.

  • Outside dimensions: 30″ x 18″ x 10″
  • Inside dimensions: 28” x 16-1/8” x 9”
  • The sink can have a tolerance of 1/4″. We advise ordering the sink before ordering cabinets.
  • A stainless steel Bottom grid is available. BG100
  • Requires custom installation.

Apron-front fireclay sinks are a beautiful complement to any of our solid stone countertop options. The classic white finish can be paired with quartz, granite, marble or porcelain. We do everything we can to source the best sinks to ensure your kitchen renovation is as easy as possible. We love Bristol Sinks and you will too! Contact us to order!


TIPS FOR APRON-FRONT SINKS: Apron-front sinks (also known as “farmhouse sinks”) are a great way to add a conversation piece to your kitchen, but it’s important to remember that it’s not a simple process to switch a standard sink for an farmhouse sink. If you are considering adding an apron-front sink to existing cabinetry, you will need to modify the sink cabinet to accommodate the apron-front. Depending on the cabinetry that you have, this could be a simple process, and it might not be. If you are unsure, it’s best to consult a handyperson or cabinet maker to ensure you’ll be able to make the switch.