Jesse, our friend over at Jen’s Review, has published a helpful kitchen remodel article – “Choose a Kitchen Sink, According to Science – 8 Factors to Consider”

Jesse covers which style of sink will fit your kitchen remodel. Learn about materials such as stainless steel or composites; colours, solid surfaces and sizes. The article also covers placement and suitable countertop material. Jesse even includes installation and maintenance overviews.

Here is a preview of the article:

“You need a comfortable kitchen space before anything else. And the first thing to start with when decorating or redecorating the kitchen is the sink. It’s easy when you have all the choices laid out in front of you.

This includes the type, size, number of bowls, material, faucet fitting, and more. If you’re remodeling your kitchen from scratch, choosing a customized kitchen sink is more apt. Something that fits well with the ambience and color palette of the kitchen décor.

Choosing a new kitchen sink, as a homeowner, doesn’t have to be a price-based decision. You can easily narrow down your options based on the different styles and sizes of kitchen sinks. This guide will help you learn about the basics of kitchen sink and what makes it do functional and versatile in your home.”

For a great overview of everything about kitchen sinks, continue reading at Jesse’s article at https://www.jenreviews.com/kitchen-sink/

Another great resource for kitchen remodelling considerations can be found in our own article call “The Devil is in the Details – Especially with Kitchens & Bathrooms”. In this article, like Jesse’s above, Monika dives into the details of placement and measurement for your kitchen elements as well as for your bathroom.

Here’s a snippet from Monika’s article:

“They say the devil is in the details, and when it comes to renovating and remodeling kitchens & bathrooms, it’s even more true. Kitchen and bathroom designs especially are a precise art, where every inch counts in creating a highly functional space.

If you’re considering tackling your upcoming renovation or remodeling on your own, there are a lot of details that can make or break your project. But don’t let that scare you! There are lots of resources available to help you as you plan, or you can work with YouNique at any stage, from design to renovation – start to finish.”

Have a look at – http://youniquekitchensandbath.com/the-devil-is-in-the-details/