Kitchen / June 12, 2018 / .
To complete the look of your new sink, you will need to install a faucet that compliments it. If you are planning on a sink mounted faucet, be sure your new sink has the appropriate amount of mounting holes to fit the hardware. If you do not want to install a new faucet directly on your countertop, a wall mounted faucet could give your kitchen a new look and save space. Make sure you have the appropriate plumbing needed before installation.
Not having enough counter space is a huge gripe for anyone who cut corners or did not think they needed it. It is an important aspect of the overall kitchen design. Having enough space to cook, entertain and place groceries are just a few instances where counter space will be important. More counter space is not a feature that is easy to change or add on, so it is worth giving it careful thought before you start the installation process.
The main concern with your kitchen floors is of course the look, but also safety concerns. There are trendy kitchen flooring options out there that are easy on the eyes, easy to clean and help prevent slips. Cork and linoleum are two excellent choices for a domestic kitchen that wants to mimic a professional setup. If you are set on harder flooring that is more prone to slips, invest in some well padded shoes to help prevent any accidents.
Trends and personal preferences have the tendency to throw us off our game and influence us to make decisions based off of what is hot at the present moment. It is highly recommended you design with the future in mind. Oftentimes, homeowners forget to keep in mind that designing a new kitchen is an upgrade. It is an investment and necessary to keep up with the times so that you can sell your house one day, and hopefully, make some or all of your money back.