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A Guide to Choosing Sinks and Taps for Your Kitchen Renovation

A Guide to Choosing Sinks and Taps for Your Kitchen Renovation

Post by seo on Monday, October 3, 2016 | No comments

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The kitchen is the center of attention in almost every household. It is a place in the home where family and friends gather for daily and weekend chitchat, gossips and entertainment – an informal place to relax, chat, and eat your food. Within the busy kitchen, it is the humble sink that is responsible for handling most chores; making taps one of the hardest-working pieces of equipment in your home. Are you planning to renovate your kitchen? Follow these tips to choose the perfect sink and tap:

Style – Traditional or Modern?

When it comes to choosing the perfect sink and taps, you have the ability of select from plenty of different styles. From American diner influences with a huge fridge freezer and a bubblegum color scheme to the most ultra of modern kitchens, find one that best suits your needs. However, whatever style you choose should be able to blend with other kitchen elements, like your appliances, wall tiles, floor tiles, taps, décor, handles, and door.

Taps – Twin, Monobloc, Mixer, or Pillar Tap?

Similar to any other element in your kitchen, the taps must match the overall appearance of your kitchen. You have plenty of styles and sizes available, which include twin, monobloc, mixer, or pillar tap. Choose one that best blends into your kitchen naturally.

Sink – Double Bowl, Half, or Single Sink?

As you can see, there are plenty of options and sizes available when choosing a sink. The answer to which size you should be installing though, depends on whether you plan on renovating or installing a new worktop. If not, then you have to replace the sink with a similar size used before. For instance, if you had a single sink, then it would be a good option to find something better in the same range and size. Otherwise, if you opt for double-bowl sink, you may be required to cut more of your worktop.

Therefore, now that you are familiar with the tips mentioned above, choosing the perfect sink and taps for your kitchen will not be a problem.

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