Sinks. Sunday , October 15th , 2017 - 15:39:25 PM
Your kitchen doesn’t have to be boring. You can always pick the right colors, the perfect cabinets and the most practical accessories in the market. But when it comes to the kitchen sink, your best choice is stainless steel. American Standard, which has been around for over 130 years, can be the first place to start shopping around for your next remodeling project. The new Culinaire double bowl stainless sink model 7502.000 may very well be what you need, since it offers organic looks, with a satin-finish that will make your guests envy you next time you throw a small party. Since this stainless kitchen sink fits the most common counter tops, it has become the hot item of the company.
Vessel sinks are sinks that sit on top of a counter rather than being lowered into or mounted under it. Most often the vessel is a round bowl shaped vessel but the basin can be any size or shape. Other than bowls, square basins are popular. Vessel sinks can be made out of a variety of materials but the most popular are glass, stone, or metal. The vessel can sit directly on the counter or on a base which builds it up more. If you have this kind of sink you need to think carefully about the faucets that you use. They need to be able to get the water up and over the vessel edge and the controls need to be easily accessible. Vessel sinks are trendy and are most often seen in homes that feature modern design and decorating. You can use a vessel sink in any bathroom that has counter space.
I am a fan of copper sinks. I think they are rugged yet elegant - especially as they age. The rich highlights and undertones of the patina process are constantly evolving. A copper finish is a \"living finish\" and never really stops changing in color. That being said, the evolution of a copper finish is gradual, and as it ages it becomes even more handsome. You can greatly reduce this change with the use of wax or even a lacquer product, but personally I like to let the copper evolve. Most often this process results in a mellow brownish weathered copper patina. I like to refer to it as the basins soul.
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