It has been a few years now since we remodeled the kitchen, but one of the significant design choices was the copper sink. It was selected for several reasons, but one was the color.
Even though this is a small older home, the living spaces are connected and partially open, so I wanted the kitchen's colors of creamy whites and grays to relate to the dining room's and the living room's white and wood finishes. As you can see, these large bookcases pick up the copper shade. On the other hand, the almost white table in the foreground and the other off white pieces in the dining room is how we selected the cabinet finishes.
This dining table also picks up the copper color, but the chairs pick up the kitchen cabinets' color.
And best of all, everyone who visits says Lucy goes with the decor.
(She is our rescue cat, and she came to live
with us at fifteen years old.)
The sink was just one choice of many choices made when designing this kitchen, but an important one, that contributed to creating three spaces with an harmonious feel on a holistic level.
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