High End Sinks
Wash Things With Style
It’s amazing to realize, but sinks can easily be one of the most eye catching features in a home; and with so many styles, designs, and finishes now available, you may well find yourself sinking for high end sinks. Whether you’re working with a custom home builder to create your dream home from the ground up or hiring a home remodeling contractor to breathe new life into a few rooms, it’s important to keep in mind that even little details add up in big ways—and sinks have become a designer detail that are making a splash.
Sink Into Beauty
What you choose will, of course, be dictated by your budget and the overall look you’re going for, but you hardly have to limit yourself to the standard versions so commonly found in kitchens and bathrooms. Look at high end sinks as a way to express yourself, rather than a drain on your design. Whether you’ve got a French country modern kitchen or a spa-like bathroom retreat, a well-chosen sink can tie in perfectly with the overall aesthetic, rather than distracting or detracting from it.
In Sink with Design
Sure, you could opt for something simple, but why not make your high end sinks stand out? For a soothing and natural look in your bathroom, consider a vessel sink made of bamboo; go for something sleek and minimal with a solid piece of glass that incorporates both the sink basin and the counter surface; warm things up with copper vessel sinks; or add an artistic vibe with a handmade pottery bowl. Don’t like to share? Accommodate your needs by installing dual sinks in your space, whether you’re using duplicate pieces or stretching things out with a single extra-long piece that extends across the counter and has dual faucets and drains. Be bold and choose something more geometrically shaped like a rectangular, square, or even hexagonal basin.
Step Up Your Prep
In the kitchen, keep things from looking utilitarian by adding an apron front sink made of copper, fireclay, concrete, or even the same stone used in your counters. Want to add a little more eye appeal? Choose an apron front sink with some kind of decorative finish like scrollwork; or keep things sleek and clean with an under-mount sink, an ideal option for solid stone countertops. Whatever you choose, think of the sink as a main ingredient in your overall design; in then end, that one feature could prove to be the recipe for success.
Don’t let your eye for design go down the drain! Give the experienced staff at Omega Construction & Design, Inc., a call today!