Will Dune color sink blend in with Quartz Cambria?

Gal808September 9, 2013


We are installing a Cambria Winderemere countertop on white cabinets. We are using white beveled subway tile for the backsplash. Since all is white, I am looking at Kohler Farmhouse apron sink dune color sink since everything seems to be white already. The gal I am getting the sink from insist that I get white sink since the backsplash and cabinets are white. The Windermere has speckles of silverish, grayish, greenish hint which makes me think it will tie in. Can you please provide feedback so I can cancel my sink order since now, I am having doubts with my thoughts as well?


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I think you could go either way since the dune probably goes well with the Winderemere, but I'm leaning toward the salesperson's recommendation, especially if your cabinets are more white than off-white. Plus, since it's a farm sink you're going to see a contrast more between cabinet and sink than countertop & sink.
Check the link below for more visuals.

Here is a link that might be useful: cambris & sinks

    Bookmark   September 9, 2013 at 6:31PM
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Hi Annz:

Cool, I will then cancel my dune apron sink and change to white. My kitchen is getting into shape now. I will definitely post photos!


    Bookmark   September 10, 2013 at 3:52PM
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Hi Annz:

An update: Ferguson did not allow me to change my order from a dune to white apron sink, even though it was just a day. Abyways, I am still happy with how it turned out and waiting on the countertops to be installed. I will post pics once the kitchen is done.

Thanks for your help!

    Bookmark   November 14, 2013 at 7:21PM
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