The kitchen sink and faucet area is a key space in the kitchen, the…
The traditional role of the kitchen has changed in recent years, from being a center for cooking and meal time to being command central, where family activities and social gatherings alike get their start. With regard to design, the walls have come down between the kitchen and the surrounding rooms, transforming the area into one open space.
Kitchen faucets, sinks and accessories must add increased functionality to these areas while also offering opportunities for personalization of the space. Additionally, they must be easy to use, stylish, and able to create a flow in the overall kitchen design.
The kitchen is a hotbed of activity in the household, with a need for work spaces that can accommodate a variety of needs, often in increasingly smaller spaces. So itâ€™s no surprise that todayâ€™s sinks and faucets are evolving along with the kitchen, moving beyond their typical limits with a plethora of accessories and design elements.
Functionality and utility are essential when it comes to the kitchen sink area. At the same time, consumers expect a clean, aesthetically pleasing design that will enhance the overall look of the kitchen and add a note of elegance, while sometimes incorporating more features in a smaller space. Balancing both sets of needs is key, according to manufacturers recently surveyed by KBDN.