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"Why shouldn't a sink be the knockout in the room?," asks author of Real Life Kitchens, Lyn Peterson. Since sinks are the foundational element to preparing any meal, it's no surprise that Native Trails has implemented unique styles and designs to their sinks, which could easily become the centerpiece of your kitchen.

Made of copper, hammered nickel, oil-rubbed bronze and even recycled aluminum, these metal eye-catchers are fantastic if you want one jewel for your kitchen or a great opportunity if you're planning to install an additional sink. A way to impress the in-laws: bring them into the kitchen and let them help prepare that feast on your new island with the brushed nickel-finished Luna Sink.

Kitchen designer Pat Gaylor says, A sink with a bit of artistry makes a kitchen design a very personal thing, and individual style is what savvy clients want.


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Don't fence in the crumbs!

09/17/2009 03:25 PM ATouchofBrass

One of the best features of a sink, in my opinion, is a flat edge with no riser between the countertop and the sink.

Cleaning the counter is a zillion times easier when their is no humped obstacle between the counter and the sink basin. You can just sweep the crumbs, excess water or whatever right into the sink.

You think this would be a no brainer but so many older sink setups aren't like this.

I'm so glad we spent a little extra money to get it done right.

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