By . Kitchen. Published at Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 - 21:00:59 PM.
Copper was one of the earliest materials used in manufacturing farmhouse sinks. Though they are not as common today, there are still those who love them for their warm traditional look and elegant aging. Copper sinks are durable, do not stain easily and are naturally anti-bacterial. On the downside, a copper farmhouse sink is quite pricey and is more complicated to install, check out when the right time to add a copper sink to your kitchen.
Speaking of white, many white appliances have received an update for the 21st century. Brands like Whirlpool, KitchenAid and Samsung have updated this traditional color with stainless steel accents and handles. In fact, many white appliances lend themselves to a minimalist kitchen, providing a sleek, clean look in bright whites.
The size is also important. While chandeliers are meant to be sizable and eye catching, make sure your final choice is not too big that it swallows up everything under it. Browse through several chandelier styles until you find the one that is best for your kitchen island.
Enameled steel is somewhat of an offshoot of enamel cast iron. As enamel cast iron got highly popular, cheaper versions that consisted of steel emerged. In fact, you will likely confuse one for the other. Both feel hard and look quite tough. But under normal kitchen conditions, a farmhouse stainless steel sink does not hold up very well. While it will not rust, steel is not as hard as iron and will likely chip and scratch with time. Consider enamel cast iron instead. It may be pricier, but it is worth it.
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