By Rosine Philomene. Kitchen. Published at Thursday, April 12th, 2018 - 10:40:19 AM.
Pendants are great and all, but some homeowners are not big fans of them. They see the hanging fixtures as unnecessary clutter that causes friction with the existing clean kitchen décor. If you are looking for a cleaner look while maintaining functionality, try recessed kitchen island lights. They can be especially great for low ceilings where a hanging pendant would be too low.
Fireclay sinks have a certain traditional flair that can give your kitchen a unique look. It is made by firing clay and glaze together in temperatures up to 1600 degrees, creating a very hard almost iron-like material. This gives fireclay sinks a relatively high level of durability and makes it resistant against scratches.
Farmhouse sinks can be installed in several positions. The traditional one is to have it sit slightly in front of the surrounding countertop. Another popular method is to install the sink slightly below the countertop level (under mount), making it easy to wipe water from the countertop into the sink. Alternatively, you can have the sink at the same level as the countertop (flush), letting the two seamlessly integrate. Another option is a top mount farmhouse sink, where the lip goes above the countertop level.
When designing a kitchen or contemplating a color palette, most people’s first thoughts go to the cabinets, countertops and backsplashes. And not without good reason, as these elements can dominate the space and will likely stay in it for many years. That’s not to say you should ignore your kitchen appliances. Colors in the most unexpected places, like a refrigerator or microwave, can have a major impact.
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