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Kitchen Trends 2019: Stand-out Sinks

As the sun slowly sets on the year 2018, why not celebrate the dawn of the new year with a brand new kitchen? 2019 is destined to be an exciting year for kitchen design, boasting a host of dynamic trends that will propel your freshly-designed room into the 21st Century. Whether you’re spoilt for space or have a compact cooking area, the year’s trends are abundant in choice and style to suit every homeowner. In this blog series, we take a look at kitchen trends in 2019 – starting with stand-out sinks.

If you’re searching for a statement piece to excite your kitchen space, look no further – knock-out, extraordinary sinks are one of 2019’s hottest trends and could be the missing piece in your kitchen design.

Butler kitchen sinks are all the rage, as discovered in our latest blog.
Butler sinks, such as this one from a recent Stoneham project, will increase in popularity in 2019

A resurgence in Butler sinks (or their bigger cousin, Apron sinks) is set to take the market by storm, commonly made from white porcelain or fireclay but seen more and more in eye-catching copper. Butler sinks are a great combination of form and function, with a hefty, durable interior, lots of washing-up space, and often stunning, decorative fronts that lend plenty of beauty and style to your space.

A Stoneham kitchen sink in smooth concrete.
This smooth concrete sink compliments the bold colours of this 1950s-inspired Stoneham kitchen

Gold sinks are also growing in popularity, as are earthy materials such as marble and cement, which look especially dazzling mixed with warm timbers and cabinets painted in moody hues. For a real talking point, consider coloured ceramic sinks, which come in all shapes, sizes and shades, and might just be exactly the pop of colour needed to reinvigorate your room.

A Stoneham stainless steel sinks enveloped in Silestone Quartz.
This stainless steel kitchen sink is enveloped by Lyra Quartz by Silestone. Take a look at the full project.

Have we got you thinking about a new kitchen for the new year? Contact the design team at Stoneham here.

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