The Ganku: Designing with the Sink in Mind
It’s that time of year again, which means a lot of mess in your kitchen if you are the cooking and baking type. Those messes do make for some good eats and also a lot of memories, so why not get some new accessories this year to make those times even more exciting? If you’re one of the lucky ones who already have a copper sink installed, you probably think the design world has YOU in mind this season. Everywhere you look, copper and metals are trending in a very big way. You can find copper in everything from a cookie sheet to mason jars, to coffee mugs and even holiday and Christmas decor.
Pick up a few copper pieces that will work in your space year around, like bowls and utensils. You won’t be short of inspiration at any home good store this year. Not only will these pieces help make your memories brighter, but they will also pull out the beautiful copper of your Sinkology sink. The Ganku apron front kitchen sink (1) not only has the gorgeous shine of the hammered copper, but it also has the added flourish of beautiful scroll detailing on the apron. So, not only will your copper sink be versatile and unique, but it will also add that little extra touch of spice to your kitchen.
To pull the copper details into your dining space, use copper detailed napkins, bowls, and plates. Protect your new dishes and accessories with the Wright bottom grid (2) that makes doing dishes a snap. Add natural pieces of burlap and evergreen, and you have got yourself the coziest kitchen for those cold winter nights.
Your kitchen will again be the focus of merriment this holiday, so add a little love and a dash of decor, and you’ll make memories for years to come.
Our team will be bringing more styles and design inspirations for more of our unique and handmade sinks. For more ideas on how to style your rooms around your copper sinks, check out our Pinterest page.
If you have any additional questions during your search, our Sinkologists are here to help. Contact us or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or Instagram for more helpful tips and design ideas.