Beth Haley never underestimates the power of a good sink! While it isn’t the first thing homeowners think of during their kitchen remodel, a good kitchen sink is a necessary element for any stylish and functional design. In addition to plenty of counter space, the kitchen sink can make or break a kitchen design. As a matter of fact, in many kitchens the sink becomes the focal point — so an update-to-date faucet and fixture are as important as the sink style.
Keep scrolling for a few of our favorite kitchen renovations with standout sinks and faucets.
Kitchen Sink Ideas
This sink sits underneath the countertop for a sleek, seamless look. If you are searching for something spare, there are endless options for sinks! Pair it with a contemporary faucet to complete the look.
Farmhouse-style kitchens all have one thing in common: an apron-front sink. The classic, timeless sink is paired with a bold hue of blue on the cabinets. We love the pairing of the sink, tile, countertops, and painted cabinets. Don’t you?
Pay close attention to how the sink matches the faucet in this modern kitchen. Instead of creating a stark contrast with white countertops, Beth Haley chose a muted shade of grey. The result? A cool kitchen remodel that suits the homeowners’ modern style.
Again, a farmhouse sink lives alongside painted cabinets and simple white countertops and backsplash. The variety of textures and warmth of the wood floors enhance the farmhouse vibe in this renovated kitchen.
There is so much to admire in the kitchen remodel. The design elements blur the lines between traditional and contemporary. The island is the center of the space, and the sink is its focal point.
This farmhouse basin is a coveted feature in this renovated kitchen. The stainless steel handle compliments the marble waterfall countertop with grey veins. The farmhouse style is unexpected, but it feels at home in this stylish space.
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