Kitchen / July 2, 2018 /
Add bar stools to your kitchen island, put a comfy chair in the corner or do a little demolition to get an open floor plan. Some simple additions like an island, a rolling workstation or a few extra cutting boards also make it easier for kids or friends to socialize while lending a hand. Making your kitchen a social workspace keeps you from feeling cut off from family or guests. This also makes it easier to commit to cooking fresh, healthy choices that take a little more prep instead of falling back on just add water options so you can eke out a few more minutes of socializing.
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.