|It was clean and big, but needed to be introduced to the 21st century.|
|Took five guys to get her into the house..|
Then today I was looking at sinks, and I have a couple of favourites.. both of which would work better with a crisper more modern line, so I think I'm settled on this tap from Delta's Tommy Collection..
It's hardly expensive @ $250 and it's a very nice quality so I think this is the way to go.
They only had a photo of the chrome version.. but it comes in stainless so I've ordered that.
OK.. so now the sinks..
I thought about a Butler [or Belfast] sink, but frankly they were a fortune.. even in just stainless steel I was looking at $2000 PLUS. Buggar that for a game of soldiers. ;o)
So back to a traditional double sink.
I've narrowed it down to two, so now it's a toss up....
1st this one from a company called Elkay, who do very high end sinks for builders.
They have a special deal with Home Depot though, so I can get this commercial looking one with deep straight sides for $399..
|Not sure if the sharp corners will be dirt traps, but LOVE the look.|
|Seems these people went with a traditional tap, but the colours don't work do they.|
I really haven't decided yet, so I'm going to sleep on it, and tomorrow I'll show you the new granite and the tiles we've chosen, and maybe share my decision on the sink..If I've made it that is ;o)