Kitchen Sink Accessorizing

Design Tips | December 21, 2016

The most important pieces in a kitchen are the sink and the faucet. The sink that you choose should depend on your life style. If you are worried about washing large pots and pans, the single sink is probably the best option for you. Or maybe you are worried about having an area for dirty dishes and area for washing, in that case a double might for you. Just remember to choose something that will make you happy and put your life at ease.

Photography by Lindsay Salazar

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We love a farm sink for a transitional or traditional look, and of course in the ever popular farm house home. Our two favorite finishes for farm sinks are a white fireclay and a stainless steel. We recommend choosing fireclay sinks because of how durable they are. They are a non-porous surface that will resist heat, stains, and cracking.


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Your faucet finish doesn’t matter as much as the faucet style. Just make sure your faucet style matches the style of your home. We love the simplicity and contrast of a Matte Black faucet paired with a white or stainless steel sink, this faucet is one of our absolute favorites to use. You also can never go wrong with a brass or chrome finish, they are practically timeless.


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No sink is complete without a cute hand towel and good dish soap. We also love accessorizing with real or faux planets to add greenery, especially if your sink is near a window.


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Fireclay Farm SinkBridge Kitchen Faucet w/sprayerSuperlative Liquid Hand | Heirloom Dishwashing Liquid  | Parker Planter | Cotton Tea Towels |

 Kitchen Towels Set of 3 | Lemon Verbena Dish SoapLemon Verbena Hand Soap | Small Cactus DecorBlack Faucet | Stainless Farm Sink

White Undermount Sink | Monohole Kitchen FaucetBlack Check Dish TowelMarble Terracotta Planter | Orange Ginger Dish Soap | Orange Ginger Hand Soap

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