Tuesday, November 29, 2011

taps with my new butler sink for the kitchen relocation & renovation

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i'm off to traditional taps this week who are the same company as belfast sinks and ceramic kitchen sinks

they have a sale happening and i am in need of a butlers sink, taps for my bathroom and kitchen plus some other bits and pieces. good timing with the sale!

so i thought i would do some quick research on what taps to use in the kitchen with a butlers sink. i really want a slightly deco feel yet that is almost impossible on my budget in australia. maybe the next house is the deco house.




cheers, rebecca geldard for white floors, brisbane
ray white real estate queensland
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3 comments:

  1. It's been almost a year since you planned on buying a butler sink. So, what type of countertops and cabinets did you pair it with? I think it would look good together with a wooden cabinet. What do you think? Well, you just have to check on your pipes if it has any leaks or rust, so that water won't spill on your cabinet and cause the wood to warp.

    Darryl Iorio

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  2. Ceramic kitchen sinks usually last longer than other kinds because these don't get damaged by extreme temperature changes and these are also resistant to cracks and scratches. You also won't have to worry about the design because these come in different colors, styles, and sizes. All you need to do is to pick the best match for your kitchen. :)

    Regards,
    Kurt Verdejo

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  3. Those are really wonderful butler sink samples, but I prefer the first photo the most. For me, from among the five, it’s the one that really matched with the other details on the kitchen, especially with the faucet. It may look simple, but it has this air of elegance around it that I just can’t explain. How weird is that, huh?

    Javier Hallum

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