Kitchen Design / June 23, 2018 / Bianca Bouchard.
The countertop but rounded corners at the bottom of the basin where most of the cleanup happens. Of course, it’s great for draining dishes, so if you do a lot of hand washing, it’s convenient. The drainboard can also allow fruits and vegetables to dry after washing.
Ceramic tile stands up to wear and tear, from muddy footprints to spills and splashes, like a champ and is supereasy to clean. The huge variety of low-priced options makes it one of the most affordable flooring choices. It’s available in sheets or tiles that mimic stone, wood, ceramic tile and more.
The difference is their distinctive apron front, which has a vintage vibe many homeowners love. For a typical sink, the basin can be away from the edge of the countertop, but this sink can sit a bit beyond the counter line.
The white grout lines add a crisp and organized feel to the backsplash wall. A similar idea works in this kitchen in Gothenburg, Sweden, where a grid of square burgundy tiles brings warm, rich color to a black and white kitchen.