Kitchen & Bath Trends: The Commercial Look
The Commercial Look
The commercial look has become very popular in Kitchens, giving homeowners the look and feel of a commercial restaurant. It includes large sinks with gooseneck faucets, large prep areas, full use appliances, restaurant style fixtures and stainless steel backsplashes extending from the range.
Large Sinks with Gooseneck Faucets
Larger sinks provide more space for cleaning sizable dishes, and a gooseneck faucet enables a further spray reach and easier sink cleaning.
Larger Preparation Areas
Slanted for draining, an integrated prep area for washing and cutting food allows for easy clean up in these deep sinks with a pull down spray faucet.
Full Use Appliances
A commercial grade range enables an abundant amount of cooking space for multi-dish preparation The microwave drawer in this picture next to the range gives the user a place to defrost food right next to the cooking area.
Restaurant Style Pendant Lights
With a restaurant style look, they help complete a restaurant-like commercial and industrial feel.
Stainless Steel Backsplash
Easy to clean with a polished look, a stainless steel backsplash gives a continuous commercial look and feel to your kitchen space.
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