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Admit it. Your kitchen sink has occasionally been used for things it was not necessarily designed to handle.
Who doesn't love the aura brough to a kitchen by a countertop of genuine granite?
Define yourself. Define your style. It's time to talk vessel sinks.
Remember how, as a kid, you were in awe of your mom actually scooping up that grossness in the bottom of the sink and throwing it out - with her bare hands?!
Since their introduction during the WWII era, stainless steel sinks have continued to grow in popularity. It’s easy to understand why.
Who knew that a splash of vinaigrette could be as good on your sink, as it is on your salad?
Natural lighting in the home has several advantages. Most obviously, sunlight can save you big bucks on your electric bill.
March 20, 2017
As Margaret Atwood once said, "In spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt."
It's our thickest, most durable sink. And it's one of the firsts of its kind.
Recently, zero-radius undermount stainless steel sinks have become a kitchen design trendsetter...
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February 8, 2017
Cutting boards are a vital part of any kitchen's arsenal. In fact, the FDA recommends having at least two.
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February 1, 2017
If you have a garbage disposal, you probably know that term is a bit of a misnomer because it doesn’t truly function like a garbage bin.