Kitchen Floor / August 1, 2018 / Carly Spear.
The metal can scratch, but the marks can be buffed out of brushed stainless steel. Most manufacturers offer bottom grids wire trays that are placed in the bottom of the sink to prevent scratching
The difference is their distinctive apron front, which has a vintage vibe many homeowners love. For a typical sink, the basin can be away from the edge of the countertop, but this sink can sit a bit beyond the counter line
A space in Seville, Spain, has the same idea, but here the backsplash. A tile continues on the floor and an additional kitchen wall
A custom backsplash is the highlight of this Los Angeles kitchen. The tile also served as the palette inspiration for the entire kitchen. With the island and a cabinetry wall color-matched to the blue in the tile