Be sure to scrub a metal sink frequently to keep it shiny and gleaming.
A kitchen with two deep undermount sinks is perfect for entertaining: Dirty pots, pans and dishes can soak on one side, leaving the other free for guests to wash up.
This double-sided sink has built-in space for a drying rack, making washing up your dirty dishes as simple as possible.
Pair a burnished copper-colored wood with baby blues and light pinks for a retro-cool kitchen.
A deep metal sink makes rinsing fruits and veggies and cleaning pots and pans a cinch.
For extra capacity, opt for a deep basin sink, like this example. We love the single-handle faucet as an accent.
If pink is your poison, try a kitchen with pink granite and fuchsia walls; the bold colors set a dramatic backdrop for a stainless steel sink.
Bright white countertops set off the warm-toned white cabinets in this clean, pretty kitchen.
Stainless steel appliances and cooking utensils bring a found harmonium and sense of unity to your kitchen.
A dark, almost black metal sink and charcoal gray cabinets stand out against the pine wood accents, and add depth in an otherwise neutral space.
A sleek, polished metal sink sets inside multi-toned panels of wood, a gorgeous and unique kitchen countertop.
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