It’s Time To Think About Sinks

But where, how many and what colour?

Illusion Sink

Kitchens have become greedy incorporating space saving techniques that maximise on space and more appliances and gadgets than we know what to do with. As a result kitchens are now coming equipped with not one but two separate kitchen sink units.

Why would we need two sinks, we hear you ask? Well, placed in two crucial locations in your kitchen such as next to your dishwasher and next to your oven they can have dual purposes. No one likes clogged up dishwashers so use one to clean plates, fill up the kettle and wipe down your worktops.

The second sink can be left as a work area for ‘the cook’. Located beside the fridge, use this space to wash vegetables and prepare dishes. Next to this, place your oven to make a smooth transition between preparing, chopping and cooking.

When choosing a coloured sink in your kitchen go for a matte black or crisp white. Choose a warm worktop colour to compliment a white sink, plus combine with warm copper or chrome appliances to create an inviting atmosphere.

If you are worried about losing worktop space, opt for the Magnet Illusion Sink; when not in use, simply push down the tap, slide over the panel and voila – an instant extra work surface that functions as well as it looks. Great for hosting parties to place canapés and drinks.

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