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Bathroom pics!

As promised, some shots from a few recent bathroom projects out of our North Hills showroom…

We are glad to report that one of our J. Tribble Antiques vanities has found its forever home in this powder bath! Love this handsome fellow! :-)

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Don’t you love the color contrasts of the vanities and countertops in these?

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And check out all the storage and warm color tones in this beautiful bathroom!

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More job photos

Quick sampling of completed kitchen projects that we have recently had the opportunity to photograph!

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The farm sink

Selecting a kitchen sink is a big deal! The sink has always been the icon of the kitchen, and a very hard worker. Even though must of us aren’t standing at the sink for hours washing dishes anymore, a lot goes on at the sink… it can multi-task from meal prep to baby bath in minutes! Farm sinks- also called farmhouse sinks or apron-front sinks- are a popular choice with timeless appeal. They are also surprisingly versatile and can fit into a wide variety of design styles and budgets.

The classic white farm sink is often made of a material called fireclay. Fireclay sinks are made from a unique clay fired at extremely high temperatures, and they are known for their strength and durability. Scratch resistant and beautiful makes for a great combination.

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Photo from job by KBG North Hills

Stainless steel is another option for a farm sink, and can transition the classically traditional look into a contemporary feel. Stainless steel in general is a popular material choice for kitchen sinks, as it is functional, appealing, and creates a clean look to match stainless steel appliances.

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Photo from job by KBG North Hills

 

Other materials used for farm sinks include enameled cast iron, copper (see brushed nickel copper sink below), and bamboo.

Photo courtesy of Native Trails

Photo courtesy of Native Trails

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