Inspiration for a timeless eat-in kitchen remodel in Burlington with a drop-in sink, beaded inset cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash, stone slab backsplash, black appliances and beige cabinets

Kitchen transformation

Traditional Kitchen, Burlington

This kitchen was formerly a dark paneled, cluttered, and divided space with little natural light. By eliminating partitions and creating a more functional, open floorplan, as well as adding modern windows with traditional detailing, providing lovingly detailed built-ins for the clients extensive collection of beautiful dishes, and lightening up the color palette we were able to create a rather miraculous transformation. The wide plank salvaged pine floors, the antique french dining table, as well as the Galbraith & Paul drum pendant and the salvaged antique glass monopoint track pendants all help to provide a warmth to the crisp detailing. Renovation/Addition. Rob Karosis Photography
Inspiration for a timeless eat-in kitchen remodel in Burlington with a drop-in sink, beaded inset cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash, stone slab backsplash, black appliances and beige cabinets - Houzz

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Amy Gignac wrote:January 2, 2012
  • Nancy in Mich
    6 years ago
    Unfortunately, the Brockway comes with holes already drilled for a specific kind of faucet - one with two holes, one above the other just about 2" apart. In the 36" version you get two sets of holes for two faucets, in the 48" and 60" sinks you may have a choice of two or three faucets. There is also a hole for a soap dish between each faucet. It is designed as a utility sink, or more as an institutional bathroom sink. Even though the lines of the sink are very much like the sink in this kitchen, the holes for faucets and soap dishes make it unusable for a kitchen sink.

    I don't know if if a bridge faucet could be found of the right size to make use of the existing top holes or if porcelain "plugs" could be used to cover up unused holes, or if they would be water tight.

    The sink that nking43 posted is a new reproduction that you can buy. There are also sellers of antiques sinks to be found and ways to re-do the porcelain.
  • arhv
    6 years ago
    Thanks for the information!!!
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