By Emma Violette. Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 - 21:02:24 PM.
Let’s say you have found a color you love. In fact, you want it for every single appliance in your kitchen. You may want to check with the manufacturer that they will continue to produce each particular appliance in your chosen color. If not, you could be stuck with an appliance hodge-podge in a few years, your suite of color gone.
One way to avoid obvious appliance mismatch is to simply coordinate appliances. The most straightforward way to do this is to pick one appliance to showcase color. Generally this appliance would be the range. You can coordinate the accents on the range, let’s say stainless steel or black with stainless steel appliances. You could also match white cabinets with a white refrigerator and dishwasher, letting the range be the colorful focal point of the kitchen.
Cast iron is one of the most popular farmhouse sink materials. It is extremely durable and will stand up to essentially anything including the heaviest pots and pans. When shopping for cast iron farmhouse sinks, try to find enamel cast iron ones. Brands like Kohler have a wide variety of them.
Acrylic is a much cheaper option for someone who wants the fireclay look but finds it too pricey. Acrylic is not the best choice when you are looking for a high-durability farmhouse sink. Too much abuse from pots and pans can cause chipping.
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