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Prep sinks are also often referred to as bar sinks. They’re generally smaller sized sinks, measuring 15” wide, and are available in square or round shaped options. They’re designed for home bars or entertainment areas and are used as an extra sink for the active home. When it comes to compatibility, or where you can install a prep sink in…

Accented wire pulls are a classically-oriented design aesthetic that focuses more on style and flows as opposed to pure functionality. They are adorned with details and accents that help kitchens look that much more elegant and sophisticated. It instantly catches the eye, which is why its one of the best choices to go for if you have a penchant for…

A kitchen remodel will most definitely increase the value of your home. Not only does it increase its resale value, it also improves the quality of life of the residents living in them. A beautifully designed home can go for a lot more than one that’s simplistic and generic. If you’ve decided to sell your home in the market, then…

Dovetail joints are truly a work of art and a result of fine carpentry and engineering. They’re highly resilient in their structure and have finger-like joints that interlock two wood frames. They allow for long-lasting fastening and have no mechanical fasteners. They look like a piece of modern miracle and are aesthetically very pleasing. They’re stronger than most joints and…

A backsplash is a material that is used to cover the area of the wall between a kitchen countertop and the cabinets above it. This area can be done quite elegantly so as to give the appearance of beauty and consistent theme. Otherwise, the kitchen might look a bit empty in the middle. The most important factor when choosing the…

Self-rimming sinks are sinks that are mounted directly into any countertop material, including laminates, tiles or solids. Self-rimming sinks are increasingly popular these days and can instantly be recognized in many American homes. Self-rimming sinks use rimming lips to transfer its weight to the surrounding counter. This gives the added ability to support the elevated levels of handling, weight distribution,…

Undermount sinks install from below the counter, and thus have no rim that is visible to the naked eye. It attaches to the bottom of the counter, making it aesthetically pleasing and having hidden edges. They’re easier to clean and conserve a lot of space, especially around the countertop adjacent to it. They are best compatible with solid surface countertop…

Much like the name suggests, an apron sink has the appearance of coming outwards from the installation point in the countertop. It has an exposed front-facing side and is typically a larger sink that fits into the countertop. It’s best used in a household that has a large family or for commercial practices. The versatility of the apron sink is…

The integrated sink is a seamless design that relies upon stone quality and the craftsmanship of the designer. It’s getting increasingly popular lately because of its appearance and aesthetic quality. The sink falls within the piece without any slit, edges or installation. It looks like a part of the countertop and is the perfect addition to any modern kitchen. This…

Traditional kitchens have the charm of an old-world kitchen but use lighter shades of white and cream to get the message across. You might find classical patterns and motifs adorning much of the kitchen cabinets, and ornamentation taking precedence over efficiency. The design works best if there is a lot of air coming into the kitchen. The more windows, the…