What’s New for Kitchen and Bathroom Sinks in 2012?
The experts at Houzz asked designer Jamie Goldberg about what’s coming up this year for sinks in the kitchen and bath. It seems like technology and streamlined design are taking over!
- Hiding the sink, European style, which helps to eliminate visible clutter around the sink area
- Engineered stone countertops paired with integrated Quartz sinks and integrated drainboards
- Shallow apron-front sinks that are fit for future remodeling and upgrading
- Stainless steel apron-front sinks
- Country and rustic inspired faucet shapes
- Modern and streamlined faucets, especially pull-downs
- Finishes such as oil-rubbed bronze, polished nickel and darker chrome
- Personalized and digitized prep spaces and surfaces, recently coined as “iSinks”
- One-touch sensor faucets (great for germ reduction)
- Rustic inspired bathroom themes with dark finishes, wall-mounted faucets and sink basins supported by wood pedestals
- Fixtures bearing the WaterSense label
- Sink basins made of metals, bamboo, and glass
- Rectangular sinks in unique finishes
- Square-shaped faucets
- Faucets with high arcs
For the latest kitchen and bath fixtures in the Atlanta area, visit a PDI showroom today!