Larissa Kovyako


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New South Wales
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17woodlawn
Hi. We call them Belfast sinks on this side of the pond, I've mine for 7 yrs when we renovated the kitchen it was one of my must haves. Ok I've broken many glasses etc in it, but its beautiful!
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Pamela Foster & Associates, Inc.
Have not read all the comments, but when purchasing for my own home, or working with clients, I research the depth of the sink and base it on the height of the user. Consider that if you use a 1.5" counter depth (typical butcher block or granite), and you choose a sink that is 9" deep, when you under mount it, the total depth will be 10.5". So, if you are short, or shall I say height challenged (:) ), take that into consideration. I have had a clay fired single bowl farmhouse sink in my personal home since 2008; I love the look, but will go stainless next time. I have to be careful with it and that aggravates me.

As for single bowl vs. double, I definitely prefer single, the larger the better. When researching, make sure you check to see where the drain is. I prefer them to be offset to the right or left, which means you take up less space under the sink, and they drain better. Some of them come with the drain in the middle/rear; these are desirable if other aspects of that particular sink suits you, but the left or right drains are the best, in my opinion.
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Larissa Kovyako
oh yes, worth it.
July 14, 2014 at 10:48pm   
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Eskandari Stone
Ya absolutely, they are worth it. I liked them a lot. It looks amazing and classic.
July 15, 2014 at 12:45am   
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Larissa Kovyako
love it
July 14, 2014 at 10:47pm   
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redfarmor
I have an antique round oak pedestal table and mixed pressed back chairs in the same wood color. The table was my grandmother's and each chair has a story. Love them even if they may not be "correct".
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Kirstie Parker
All for it!
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   Comment   June 30, 2014
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Larissa Kovyako
definitely White
June 30, 2014 at 10:35pm   
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my1gmail
White
July 1, 2014 at 7:27am   
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LB Interiors
You need to use some white in the room to bounce off of the white kitchen. Good balance. It's not too much white. You need the white to balance and marry the rooms. I would add a few more white pieces also.
July 1, 2014 at 1:08pm     
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bonnieinflorida
I buy shoe covers -- the inexpensive, disposable blue ones that are sold in packs of 100, and keep them for workmen and the occasional guest who would prefer to use covers over their shoes rather than go barefoot. I have a lot of company and no one has ever objected to either taking off their shoes or using a cover. (Think of crime scene shoe covers, they look the same.)
June 29, 2014 at 10:42pm   
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kimweb
I find it a struggle to get my husband to keep his shod feet off the coffee table. Otherwise, it's whatever you find comfy.
July 17, 2014 at 1:09am   
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