In interior design and decorating celebration of Cinco de Mayo on this 5th day of May, may I present a collection of stunning sink oh d (as in design) my oh so lovely kitchen sink styles.
Kitchen sink styles qualifying as house favorites include those made of marble or natural stone.
If not of marble, then at the very least surrounded by.
Marble and natural stone sinks impress the eye with a timeless and tasteful touch of luxury balanced with performance capability.
The porosity of natural stone makes this material easily susceptible to stain which gives pause to some when considering the use of these types of sinks.
Pretty is as pretty does applies to the design, finish, and performance of kitchen sink styles.
A commitment to upkeep comes with natural stone sinks.
When considering selecting a natural stone sink, factor in that acidic and oily substances will penetrate the surface of the natural stone, leaving a stain to deal with.
Over time, the patina of these sinks rests and becomes a perfectly imperfect design feature, one that accentuates the natural beauty of the stone.
Vintage chic carries through to kitchen sink styles, as unique has become a design and decorative requirement in the world of kitchen design.
Retrofitting an antique sideboard to accommodate a kitchen sink results in an impressive design and decor addition to the kitchen triangle format.
Salvaged porcelain kitchen sinks meet today’s your kitchen-your style requirements.
Eclectic sink options illustrate what one person considers to be functional obsolescence another considers a distinct design feature.
Vintage beauty merges with modern function in the home of Braxton Dixon, the master builder behind the iconic homes of country music legends Johnny Cash and Tammy Wynette.
Implementing one-of-a-kind architectural elements into the design of his houses sets these works of building and designing art apart from other exterior and interior standard house designs.
This is most prevalent in Mr. Dixon’s choice of a kitchen sink in his Tennessee home.
A vintage copper candy kettle becomes an architectural showpiece, kitchen sink and unique focal point all-in-one, while remaining true to the original integrity, storied provenance, and design style of the home.
What do real estate and sink placement have in common?
The optimum placement for a prep sink is adjacent to or across from the stove and refrigerator and for good reason; it’s the area of the kitchen where the prep magic happens.
The prep sink is the single most helpful kitchen design feature I have ever become dependent upon in the context of cooking, baking, and recipe creating.
Convenience and usefulness alone make it easy to understand why I am a huge fan of the prep sink and consider it a kitchen design necessity.
Necessary to the convenience, purpose, and design style of a butler’s pantry aka the second kitchen and its cousin scullery is the features implemented into the design.
Extra deep sinks benefit both the purpose and the design.
Focal point fabulousness is the visual point when going for the gold with a super chic gold sink.
Visually stunning in presence and performance, Paonazzo marble features a distinctive white to ivory to ash gray background with black, caramel, and gold veining.
The big brass band makes a beautiful case for metallic kitchen sink styles, faucets, finishes, and accessories.
Apron-front sinks combine utilitarian practicality with decorative adaptability.
The look is yesteryear traditional, but the appeal is all modern day kitchen sink must have.
Although these sinks come in both single and double bowl models, the features of the single bowl model seems to make it the most preferred, especially when it comes to the ever popular farmhouse design style.
Sink size does matter in the day-to-day KP duty routine we all endure, and the width of the farmhouse sink is a natural fit feature able to hold dishwashing court with pots, pans and bake ware of varied sizes.
Let me also clue you in on another well known design advantage of the farmhouse sink.
When there’s too much dish at the end of the day, the depth of the apron-front sink works fabulously to your advantage as it conceals many a dirty dish.
That’s my kind of sink oh d (as in design) my oh kitchen sink styles celebration!