Tired of your old sink and tap combo? I get it – washing up after a family dinner or large gathering of friends is way down on my list of chores that I absolutely dread doing. But, hear me out: could upgrading your set-up make doing the dishes a tad more enjoyable? I think so. And here’s why…
First, it’s one of the trends I spotted at the
KBB Show in Birmingham. And second, be it a bold choice like copper or a more pared-back option like matt black, this look is set to improve your experience and take your kitchen to the next level.
Choose a metallic option to take your space out of the ordinary and add a dash of luxury to your kitchen, and pair it with marble worktops and modern handleless cabinetry.
Or, why not create a simple, cohesive scheme with a seamless link between your worktop, sink and tap by keeping with a single colour and finish, like matt charcoal grey.
Don’t believe me? Just take a look at these cool matching sinks and taps…
The Ellsi stand was filled with statement sinks and taps, from this classic, glam set-up to the one below in a cool copper finish.
I don’t know about you but this warm copper finish from Ellsi would definitely brighten up boring chores for me. What do you think?
A classic option that will easily blend within your scheme is a brushed steel finish, like this InSinkErator tap and sink, which also features their new waste management system.
Make it stand out – if you have a natural stone worktop or marble-inspired surface, choose a dark, matt finish for both your sink and tap. I love this sleek, matt black combo from Reginox.
Yes, chrome really is back – this stunning Scavolini kitchen includes the statement and modern matching sink and tap from Foster.
Ever thought of taking matching your sink and tap one step further and going for a similar shade and finish for your worktop, too? This will give you that seamless look, which is great for a minimalist kitchen. If you are looking for a similar design, pictured here, we have an Elleci sink, and a CDA tap.
Grey, white, stainless steel – your choice. CDA‘s range of sinks and taps make it that much easier to choose a matching solution.
Got a compact kitchen? No worries, Blanco offers smaller sinks with matching taps. This stainless steel design is great for also opening up your space as it will bounce off the light very nicely.
Simple, sleek and sophisticated, this matching sink and tap combo by Mood complements the dark wooden cabinetry and veiny worktop perfectly.
Matching your sink and tap can truly elevate your space. This chrome tap with knurled finishes, together with the simple sink, adds an industrial touch to this kitchen by BA.
What do you think? Will you upgrade your sink and tap set-up? Let me know in the comments…
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