Kitchen / June 21, 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.
When it comes to flooring, consider slip resistance, ease of maintenance and porosity. Stone floors, which are somewhat porous, for instance, may need periodic resealing. If so, ask how often, and think about whether you want to deal with that process. Hardwood floors are beautiful, but be aware that they wear out faster by the fridge, stove and sink than other areas. Hard, natural stone works wonderfully, and the earthy look and feel of it is very popular.