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Plumbing Faucets and Kitchen Sinks Trends for 2020

Plumbing Faucets and Kitchen Sinks Trends for 2020

If furniture and wall paints are the visually appealing elements of the house, the plumbing faucets, kitchen sinks, and electricity connections contribute to its functionality. Water-logging and weak drainage systems can make the space messy and become the breeding ground of germs responsible for diseases. To make these essentials a part of a modern, well-designed space, an element of modularity works better. Keeping both the functionality and looks factor in mind, we’ve curated here some best trends in plumbing faucets and kitchen sinks for 2020.

  • Kitchen sinks with accessories

Present times belong to accessories that can deliver multiple functions. Kitchen sinks do not remain unaffected by this trend. Apart from being multipurpose, these need to be space-efficient too. Thus, the latest trend is that of a single sink set with a few detachable accessories. 

The sinks now come with utensil trays, cutting boards, colanders, and drying trays. Thus, a lot of work-related to washing and processing of food items is possible to do by putting a chopper board on the sink. The single sink set allows us to make sufficient space for the pots and pan-sets as well.

Such kitchen sinks are further designed with tastefully designed faucets that do not leak due to advanced plumbing structures and hidden water flow controls.

  • Undermount sinks 

The site of these sinks will be below the countertop level and a bit deeper. These sinks come with stainless steel or enameled mesh that prevents materials from clogging the outlet of waste. Solid surface countertops made of granite, marble, or composite find the best match in these sinks that allow easier cleaning. Leen concept faucets with hidden pullouts that can be operated even from a distance go well with such a sink set.

  • X-tend concept faucet and quartz sink

X-tend concept faucet is defined by its small size yet sleek look. The most significant discomfort felt with pullout faucets was that it blocked the view from the kitchen window. Also, access to places behind the faucet became difficult. X-tend concept faucet and quartz sink provided a beautiful combination of style and functionality. There is distinct seamlessness in how these sets function, and the overall space does not look cluttered by an excess of protruding elements.

  • Country-look faucets and porcelain apron sink

Kitchens with timeless appeal come guaranteed with porcelain apron sink. These sinks are mostly placed in continuation with the island area countertop. The faucet made of rugged steel but having brass-like, tap-style appearance go perfect with this sink set. The catchiest color will be the off-white for this sink, but other shades like brown and coffee also can be selected. 

  • Industrial look sink and elongated faucets

Minimalism, at its best, defines the design of industrial look sink. It is made of cast iron or steel, and the countertop is in the table style. The waste collector beneath looks like a vertical attic space and offers a fabulous look to the whole setting. It is an ideal addition to small-sized kitchen spaces.

Minimalism in design yet sturdiness in materials and space-efficiency are essential drivers defining the trends for plumbing faucets and the kitchen sink in 2020.

If furniture and wall paints are the visually appealing elements of the house, the plumbing faucets, kitchen sinks, and electricity connections contribute to its functionality. Water-logging and weak drainage systems can make the space messy and become the breeding ground of germs responsible for diseases. To make these essentials a part of a modern, well-designed space, an element of modularity works better. Keeping both the functionality and looks factor in mind, we’ve curated here some best trends in plumbing faucets and kitchen sinks for 2020.

  • Kitchen sinks with accessories

Present times belong to accessories that can deliver multiple functions. Kitchen sinks do not remain unaffected by this trend. Apart from being multipurpose, these need to be space-efficient too. Thus, the latest trend is that of a single sink set with a few detachable accessories. 

The sinks now come with utensil trays, cutting boards, colanders, and drying trays. Thus, a lot of work-related to washing and processing of food items is possible to do by putting a chopper board on the sink. The single sink set allows us to make sufficient space for the pots and pan-sets as well.

Such kitchen sinks are further designed with tastefully designed faucets that do not leak due to advanced plumbing structures and hidden water flow controls.

  • Undermount sinks 

The site of these sinks will be below the countertop level and a bit deeper. These sinks come with stainless steel or enameled mesh that prevents materials from clogging the outlet of waste. Solid surface countertops made of granite, marble, or composite find the best match in these sinks that allow easier cleaning. Leen concept faucets with hidden pullouts that can be operated even from a distance go well with such a sink set.

  • X-tend concept faucet and quartz sink

X-tend concept faucet is defined by its small size yet sleek look. The most significant discomfort felt with pullout faucets was that it blocked the view from the kitchen window. Also, access to places behind the faucet became difficult. X-tend concept faucet and quartz sink provided a beautiful combination of style and functionality. There is distinct seamlessness in how these sets function, and the overall space does not look cluttered by an excess of protruding elements.

  • Country-look faucets and porcelain apron sink

Kitchens with timeless appeal come guaranteed with porcelain apron sink. These sinks are mostly placed in continuation with the island area countertop. The faucet made of rugged steel but having brass-like, tap-style appearance go perfect with this sink set. The catchiest color will be the off-white for this sink, but other shades like brown and coffee also can be selected. 

  • Industrial look sink and elongated faucets

Minimalism, at its best, defines the design of industrial look sink. It is made of cast iron or steel, and the countertop is in the table style. The waste collector beneath looks like a vertical attic space and offers a fabulous look to the whole setting. It is an ideal addition to small-sized kitchen spaces.

Minimalism in design yet sturdiness in materials and space-efficiency are essential drivers defining the trends for plumbing faucets and the kitchen sink in 2020.

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