Kitchen Backsplash / August 25, 2018 / Brianna Alcala.
When planning a kitchen remodel yourself or with a kitchen designer, you want to be very clear on how you want to use your new kitchen. This area of consideration has to do with how many people your kitchen will serve.
Which is wonderful, unless your tastes change. It does not have the true vintage style of a single-basin farmhouse sink. Many homeowners consider a curved sink easier to clean than one with square edges.
This kitchen in Copenhagen has been placed in what was originally the living room. A smattering of wooden hexagonal tiles creates a pleasing pattern against the white wall and black cabinets.
For people of shorter stature and kids, a farmhouse sink can be more accessible. If you choose a porcelain or ceramic farmhouse sink, there are a wealth of color options. A farmhouse sink makes a deliberate design statement that will be with you for a long time.