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Saturday, April 25, 2009

NO SPLASH, NO SPACE SINKS


I never knew I could fall so hard for a sink. But, then, I also never stopped to consider how much of our lives and laundry are spent sopping up countertop puddles. Apron-front sinks are all the rage in kitchens these days, mostly because their exposed fronts offer space for decoration. In the bath, however, this sink type is a savvy solution for getting the widest basin into the smallest space. Where the countertop in our guest bath wasn't deep enough for both a basin and a faucet, this semi-recessed sink by Lacava makes rinsing a cinch. . Counters stay so tidy, we opted for a lustrous bronze metal laminate by Formica. And the wooden Chinese sculpture with centuries-old paint placed sinkside? That's my morning-hour primping companion— just inches away, yet safe from splashes. 

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