Kitchen Art: Choosing The Right Faucet, Sink, and Lighting

The kitchen is a place where the whole family spends most of their time and bond together.¬† That’s the main reason why many families would like to have a great kitchen built on functionality and art.

Kitchen Sink and Faucet

Choosing a kitchen sink and faucet is very important to get it right. The type of sink you use will dictate the type of faucet, the way the countertop is formed and how all three are installed so changing your mind later can be a big deal. While others read on reviews for specific materials to be used like franke sinks reviews, other households would rather ask a professional builder.

When choosing a sink you will need to decide if between a single or a multi-bowl option. You also want to consider if you want a drop in, undermount or apron front sink. Also, think about the material you want the sink to be, whether its stainless steel or granite composite.

When it comes to buying a faucet, there are few things to consider. Do you want a one, two, or three hole configuration? When you choose an undermount sink, you can have any faucet configuration because install applies to the countertop.

Natural Light and Artificial Light Fixtures

There are many ways to introduce natural and artificial light into your kitchen. Aside from painting your kitchen white to allow a brighter ambiance, daylight is a tremendous asset to your kitchen. If there wasn’t a window designed in the initial kitchen design over the sink, you can ask the builder the question early enough, everything is possible.

Depending on the size of your space you may want a mix of fixtures such as recess lights, pendants, and even strip lights under the cabinet. The biggest things to consider is to use LED lighting. Not only is it saving you energy, they drew off barely any heat when used for a longer time.

Recess lights fit any design scheme whereas suspended lighting should compliment the look of the room. Hang them above the counter 30 to 36 inches. It is also nice to have them on dimmers so that when you entertain you don’t have to have bright lights on all the time.

For under the cabinet lighting, use an led stripper lighting. It is very versatile that it can be cut to a desired length. It’s like a piece of tape that you just peel off the back and stick it in place.


Consult a professional designer if you want anything installed in your kitchen or to upgrade any area in your kitchen.

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