Mood Board Monday #79: Sensible Stainless Steel Sinks

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Stainless Steel is one of the most popular materials for a kitchen sink and there are plenty of good reasons why.

Since the kitchen sink serves so many purpose, you want to make sure there will be no stains or residue left behind. Stainless steel sinks contain chromium and nickel, which are key to making the sinks stainless and resistant to rust. You also want to ensure that your sink can’t be damaged easily. The most common gauge is 18 to 20 for stainless steel which gives the sink durability to hold up if any hot pans or heavy pots accidentally drop into the sink without any damage. The stainless steel also allows for less breakage if a fragile dish is dropped into the sink since it is not as hard as stone.

Stainless steel sinks are also very low maintenance. Stainless steel can be easily maintained without special cleaners. Using a shiny, soft to medium bristled brush and a mildly abrasive cleaner will keep your stainless steel sink looking new!

Featured in the Mood Board above is a stainless steel sink from Whitehaus’ Noah’s Collection. This sink is 16 gauge which makes it one of the strongest sinks on the market. There is also four diagonal grooves to help channel the water directly to the drain. Stainless steel are also easily matched with almost every color scheme and décor style allowing you flexibility. You can pair this sink with a Rainforest Series brushed nickel faucet, a brushed nickel Soap Dispenser and a brushed nickel Forever Hot instant hot faucet – all featured above.

Get the look with Whitehaus Collection:

WHNCMAP3321 Noah’s Collection Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink
3-2169 Rainforest Series Faucet in Brushed Nickel
WHFH-H1400 Forever Hot Instant Hot Water Dispenser in Brushed Nickel
WHSD45N Soap Dispenser in Brushed Nickel
WH33-515-C Decohaus Pot Filler in Brushed Nickel
WH50 Solid Brass Pull Handle in Satin Nickel
WH10 Solid Brass Triangular Knob in Satin Nickel

The base image’s source was created by Tyrone, GA based design firm Turan Designs, and found through houzz.com here.

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