What’s black and white and matte all over? The trendiest kitchens, according to design experts. If you’re upgrading your kitchen, it’s a good idea to keep your family’s lifestyle in mind when choosing a new sink. If meal prep and cleanup time in your household is fairly minimal, a two-basin sink may be the best option. In households where cooking is a more serious pursuit, dual sinks – a shallower basin for quick rinses and small clean up jobs and a deeper basin to accommodate larger tasks – can be a better choice.
Faucets are definitely going high tech. Your NYC plumber can install a new kitchen faucet that’s completely touchless – water temperature and flow rate are controlled by gesture – as well as metered units that help with water conservation efforts. If you choose to keep a more traditional faucet, look for contemporary and transitional styles to be on trend. These faucets and handles features sleek, simple lines that can be operated easily, even by people with minimal levels of manual dexterity. Two-toned color schemes are very hot, such as a decor that features black and blue. If you’ve taken this approach, choose kitchen sink faucets in colors that match one of the two dominant hues, or embrace metallic’s power to serve as a neutral: brushed pewter, brass, and nickel are projected to be top kitchen faucet finish choices.
In addition to a new kitchen sink, you may be having your NYC plumber install appliances. Gas appliances such as a stove require hook up by a licensed professional. Refrigerators that have ice makers or water dispensers need to be installed by a plumber; the same is true for dishwashers. Be aware that appliance stores often outsource their installation contracts to third party vendors with unknown levels of experience and limited accountability. Protect your investment in your new appliances by having an experienced, licensed NYC plumber do the installation!